Here are some links for students and families to help you acces STEM Resources:

  Did you know…Boston Tech Mom can help you raise a future techie? Find resources at

  Know an entrepreneurial-minded high school student? Find out more about how students are empowering themselves through The Possible Project here

Girls Who Code are opening up opportunities to learn and grow. Check them out today!

Check out DigiGirlz and see where Microsoft can take middle and high school girls! 

See how Black Girls Code are making strides with Greater Boston students.

Latino STEM Alliance partners with schools, community organizations, industries, and others to bring STEM to underserved youth and work together to solve real problems in hands-on, minds-on ways.

Learn more about teen program Healthy Chelsea and become involved

Check out Innovators for Purpose (iFp), a Cambridge-based non-profit organization where youth can find a space for their design, scientific, problem-solving, entrepreneurial spirit.

Digital Media Academy Tech Summer Camp Tech Summer Camp has opportunities for campers and staff. See what’s available for campers here and staff here this Summer.

The Journal of Emerging Investigators (JEI) “provides young science enthusiasts the opportunity to receive feedback from PhD-level scientists and experience the process of peer review.”

Now is a great time to start your search for internships! mySTEAMid lists opportunities for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students!

Smithsonian Air and Space Museum brings together History and Aviation.

Take flight…at Home! The Museum of Flight has what it takes to satisfy your air and space needs.

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

For many, the path to Agricultural and Environmental Sciences begins with GroundWork Somerville. See how it can all start for you.

The Boston Society of Civil Engineers Section (BSCES) offers civil engineering contests and scholarships plus lots more for students to learn, grow, and succeed.

Career Pathways Resources

Visit the National Society of Black Engineers-Boston Professionals and learn how they’re advancing interests in STEM careers.

Already a post-secondary STEM Major attending UML? If you’re considering a STEM related career in education, consider the UML U Teach STEM Minor today.

Through STEM Starter Academy Bunker Hill Community College assists entering First Year students in getting one step closer to their STEM career dreams.

See how Resilient Coders is reshaping the Tech landscape and the lives of people of color one bootcamp at a time.

Take a closer look at Life Sciences Pathways to see how you could shape your future. Then visit MassBioEd Foundation to see what they’re all about.

Check out the Cambridge Science Fair, an integral part of STEM education and activities in the region.

The Cambridge Public Library is doing amazing work with initiatives in STEAM. See the possibilities here.