Here are some links for educators to access STEM resources:

Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program
National Science Foundation issued a request for applications to recruit, prepare and retain highly effective K-12 STEM teachers and teacher leaders in high -need school districts. Five tracks include stipends, scholarships, fellowships, research, and capacity building. Eligible entities include Institutions of Higher Education, Community Colleges, and non-profit organizations offering teacher preparation or residency programs. Full proposals due August 31, 2021.

The  National Summer Learning & Enrichment Collaborative serves as a professional learning community to help states use more than $1.2 billion of the American Rescue Plan (ARP) funding to build evidence-based summer programs, including STEM-based programs. Register for upcoming sessions are slated for June 24, July 8, 22, and August 12 from 3:00-5:00 pm EDT.

In light of unsettling events at The Capitol, the seat of government, we are share these coping resources for school communities.

Are you an educator looking to learn how to fly? Explore the AOPA Teacher Flight Training Scholarship program.

Find the latest in the Wade Institute for Science Education’s 2021 hands-on, minds-on, inquiry-based STEM professional development programs here.

Lockheed Martin Corporation offers great K-12 STEM opportunities through programs and scholarships here.

STEM Rising is the resource page for all things STEM at the US Department of Energy. Check out what’s available for educators!

The Journal is an excellent source for students, teachers, and families to keep up with STEM and STEAM.

MassBioEd Foundation has a wealth of resources and programs for educators, students, and families working or interested in life sciences. See what’s in store here. Middle and high school teachers who have attended a BioTech workshop may apply for mini grants here.

MIT Virtual Resources for K-12 Learners & Educators:

MIT Museum hosts online student workshops for student groups and classrooms, offering students the chance to engage in hands-on learning, problem solving, and MIT research. Workshops are tailored to meet a group’s need, designed for grades 6-12, and cover several fun topics. Email Brian Mernoff, MIT Museum Educational Services Coordinator –, to learn more about these workshops!

Full STEAM Ahead!

MITs Full STEAM Ahead is a collection of teaching+learning resources that MIT put together, created as a rapid response to the need for online resources during the COVID-19 pandemic. The MIT pK-12 community came together to create 10 asynchronous packages for learners of all ages. Each package contains a thematic set of videos, resources, and online/offline activities for different grades. A week-by-week breakdown of all FSA packages can be found here 


MIT BLOSSOMS is a collection of over 150+ STEM lessons and videos designed to foster critical thinking skills in High School students.

MIT App Inventor

App Inventor is an intuitive, visual programming environment that allows everyone to build fully functional apps for smartphones and tablets, new creators can have a simple first app up and running in less than 30 minutes! 

The App Inventor project seeks to democratize software development by empowering all people, especially young people, to move from technology consumption to technology creation.

Highlights for High School:

Highlights for High School (HFHS), a companion website to MIT OpenCourseWare, provides open educational resources for high school educators and students. The site contains an abundance of resources that cover not only science and mathematics, but also engineering, humanities, and social sciences.

AI Education Resources @ MIT

Check out this collection of external websites, projects, curricula, and applications that allow children to get started learning about artificial intelligence and related skills.

K-12 Outreach Programs & Groups:

MIT Museum

The MIT Museum engages the wider community with MIT’s science, technology, and other areas of scholarship in ways that will best serve the nation and the world in the 21st century. Sign up to participate in one of the Museum’s many engagement opportunities today! 

MIT Educational Studies Program

The MIT Education Studies Program (ESP) hosts events for local middle/high school students and the MIT community. Their mission is to spread the joy of learning and teaching, and help people share their knowledge, passions, and hobbies with others. Learn anything, teach anything, do anything! Check out ESP’s opportunities in the Fall (CASCADE & SPLASH), Spring (SPARK), and Summer (HSSP)! Share with students!

MIT Lincoln Laboratory Beaver Works Center

MIT Beaver Works offers rigorous, world-class STEM programs for talented middle school and high-school students. Learn more about the Beaver Works Summer Institute and BSWI Crash Courses here! Share with students!

Lemelson-MIT Program

The Massachusetts Invention Convention (powered by Lemelson-MIT) allows educators to introduce their students to a world in which they will solve their own problems and gain the confidence+21st century skills needed to invent their own future.

The Lemelson-MIT Program (LMIT) celebrates outstanding inventors and inspires young people to pursue creative lives and careers.

By providing activities and opportunities to encourage youth to invent and develop their hands-on skills in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, LMIT hopes to inspire the next generation of diverse inventors and entrepreneurs. 

MIT Edgerton Center

Founded in 1992 to honor the legacy of Harold (Doc) Edgerton — inventor, entrepreneur, explorer and MIT professor  — the Edgerton Center offers subjects in engineering and imaging, supports student clubs and teams; manages student machine shops, upholds MIT’s expertise in high-speed and scientific imaging; and offers a year-round K-12 program. 

  • “Do-It-Yourself” instructional guides for activities that promote STEM skills and awareness are here.
  • Makerspace resources for K-12 Educators are here.

MIT Office of Engineering Outreach Programs (OEOP)

The MIT Office of Engineering Outreach Programs (OEOP) runs outreach programs under the School of Engineering at MIT for underrepresented and underserved students interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Learn more about OEOP’s three programs for middle/high school students here!


Outreach@MIT is a directory that curates K-12 programs and activities that represent over 40 departments, lab, centers, and student groups on campus. Together, they run over 100 programs that open the doors of MIT to anyone around the world!