This will take place August 8 -10 but spots will fill up fast. Register today.
Submit your application to play a role in developing the new New York City Science Scope and Sequence.
Looking for new and meaningful ways to do field-based science education in New York City? This underwater robotics program will get you started. Register by March 31.
Math, science (and computer science) teachers are eligible. Nomination period closes April 1.
Fellowship deadlines are Friday, April 21 (Master Teacher) and Friday, May 19 (Early Career).
Taking place over Midwinter Recess. Sign up now as space is limited.
Professional Learning Opportunity for K-2 Teachers: Hopping Across the Curriculum
Mid-Winter STEM Institute for school teams (2-3 educators) interested in integrating STEM content into the curriculum.
NCTM offers a variety of grant opportunities to teachers of mathematics. Take a peek at the upcoming opportunities.
The High School Science Research Pathways program supports teachers in launching or reinvigorating a science research program within their school, and provides students with opportunities to investigate self-selected science research topics.
The STEM Matters NYC Budding Scientists-The Urban Ecosystem Program brings elementary school teachers and their students together to explore NYC’s ecosystem.
Discover the basic biology of stem cells, their function in human development, and how they can be used to treat disease.
Would you like to collaborate with a scientist from one of New York City’s premiere universities or science research institutions? The Scientist-in-Residence Program matches you and your class with a scientist or STEM professional to scope out and co-lead a research-based STEM project with your students.