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.
Check out Plugged In Band‘s music/music technology program for kids 6- 19!
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.
Are you a first-generation student who is interested in applying to and graduating from a four-year college? Bottom Line might be right for you. Click here to learn more.
Learn more about teen program Healthy Chelsea and become involved https://www.facebook.com/HCYFM/
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.
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)!
AOPA applications for scholarships have closed. You can find other helpful information here.
Visit the Organization for Black Aerospace Professionals (OBAP) to learn more about their programs and scholarships for youth and young adults.
Smithsonian Air and Space Museum brings together History and Aviation.
Take flight…at Home! The Museum of Flight has what it takes to meet your air and space needs.
More STEM Opportunities:
Watch Kitchen Matters, a video series exploring materials science concepts through home cooking and baking, in 5- to 10-minute videos. This series is created by MIT Department of Materials Science & Engineering graduate students. The series highlights the intersections of materials science and food science. Middle and high school students can check out their trailer here!
Geek out with Best Buy’s Geek Squad Academy! Suggested ages 10-18. Check out Best Buy’s Teen Tech Center here.
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.”
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.
Scholarship and Internship Resources:
Start your search today! mySTEAMid lists resources for internship, scholarship, and fellowship opportunities.
Tufts University Biomedical Engineering Research Scholars (TUBERS) Program is accepting applications for Summer 2022. Applications due April 29, 2022.
Council of the Great City Schools, the nation’s voice for urban education, offers scholarship opportunities for The CGCS-Bernard Harris Scholarship Program. Application process now open. Applications due online May 6, 2022.
The Boston Society of Civil Engineers Section (BSCES) offers civil engineering contests and scholarships plus lots more for students to learn, grow, and succeed.
You can find a host of Aviation Scholarships and more here. Deadlines approaching.
DESE and STEM Advanced Placement Access Opportunity:
With funding through a federal grant program, and via a partnership with nonprofit VHS Learning, the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) has established the STEM Advanced Placement Access Expansion Opportunity (SAPAO), a statewide initiative designed to increase Massachusetts students’ participation in advanced coursework. SAPAO will provide eligible high schools with access to up to seven online AP® STEM courses free of charge. The highest priority has been placed on schools that traditionally have not had the capacity or resources to offer classes, and within those schools, the focus is on students who have been historically underrepresented in STEM. If you think SAPAO will complement your school’s existing work, or if you are a student and have questions about the program, please schedule a consultation with Jennifer Gwatkin (firstname.lastname@example.org) from the DESE Office for College, Career, and Technical Education.