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  • Aberdeen Science and Math Academy (SMA)

    Aberdeen Science and Math Academy (SMA)

    The Science and Mathematics Academy at Aberdeen High School is a school within a school magnet program that provides academically talented students with educational experiences that integrate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics beyond the traditional advanced program. Admission to this rigorous four?year program is by competitive application based on prior academic success, interest and motivation in science and mathematics, teacher recommendations and written communication skills.


    Intended Audience:
    Grades 9-12,All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    General Education,STEM


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's website.

     


  • Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP)

    Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP)

    It starts here: Your future in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). STEM talent is essential to delivering innovative solutions for the Nation, and the Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP) is committed to engaging, inspiring and attracting the next generation of STEM talent.
     


    Intended Audience:
    Grades 9-12,College Students,All Students,JROTC Cadets,Soldiers,Educators

    Category / Subject Matter:
    Army Education Opportunities,Career Planning,College Planning/Prep


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's info page.

     


  • Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)

    Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)

    Army Reserve Officer Training Corps is a unique college elective that teaches students leadership skills used in the Army, but also can be applied in any field. Students receive credit for ROTC classes, which are applied toward their diploma. Upon graduation, they receive a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army. In addition to the educational and military benefits, ROTC also awards scholarships based solely on merit to thousands of students each year. Qualifying students can get scholarships worth up to $80,000 at some schools, including a monthly allowance.


    Intended Audience:
    All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    Army Education Opportunities,College Planning/Prep,General Education,Leadership Skills


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's info page.

     


  • ASVAB Career Exploration Program

    ASVAB Career Exploration Program

    The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) Career Exploration Program is a career planning and exploration program that combines a multiple-aptitude test with an interest self-assessment and a wide range of career exploration tools.


    Intended Audience:
    All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    Career Planning


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's info page.

     


  • Concurrent Admissions Program (ConAP)

    Concurrent Admissions Program (ConAP)

    The Concurrent Admissions Program (ConAP) is a unique program to the Army and Army Reserve that establishes a plan for post secondary education at the time of enlistment. ConAP endeavors to build relationships between Army recruiters and local colleges by encouraging Soldiers to continue education during and after their enlistment. A majority of individuals joining the United States Army list education as the primary reason for enlistment, and the Army prides itself on its long history of providing quality educational opportunities to Soldiers.


    Intended Audience:
    Soldiers

    Category / Subject Matter:
    College Planning/Prep


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's info page.

     


  • Consortium Research Fellows Program

    Consortium Research Fellows Program

    The Consortium Research Fellows Program (CRFP) is a partnership between the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area and several Department of Defense agencies. The current goals of the CRFP are to provide educationally-relevant, well-paid, professional experiences for undergraduate and graduate students, provide research opportunities for faculty, provide high-quality technical and analytical support to sponsoring agencies, and groom a new generation of scientists, who either directly as government employees or indirectly as contractors, will support Department of Defense (DoD) Research & Development in the future.


    Intended Audience:
    College Students,All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    College Planning/Prep,Internships/Job Placement


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's website.

     


  • Credentialing Opportunities On-line (COOL)

    Credentialing Opportunities On-line (COOL)

    COOL (Credentialing Opportunities On-Line) helps U.S. Army Soldiers find information on certifications and licenses related to their Military Occupational Specialties (MOSs). COOL explains how Soldiers can meet civilian certification and license requirements and provides links to numerous resources to help get them started.


    Intended Audience:
    Soldiers

    Category / Subject Matter:
    Army Education Opportunities,Career Planning,Internships/Job Placement


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's info page.

     


  • CyberPatriot

    CyberPatriot

    CyberPatriot is the National High School Cyber Defense Competition.  Designed to instill in all participants the importance to our nation of cyber, cybersecurity and good computer security practices.   The program is structured to excite, educate, and motivate participants.  The competition consists of two parallel competitions, Open Division (public, parochial, approved home school programs) and an All Service Division (JROTC and Civil Air Patrol.)  The first three qualifying rounds are conducted from the teams’ home locations and the National Finals Competition is held at the Gaylord National Hotel located in National Harbor, Maryland.  Twenty-four qualifying teams receive all expenses paid trips to the national finals.


    Intended Audience:
    Grades 9-12,All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    General Education,STEM


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's website.

     


  • Discovery Museum Space & Science Center

    Discovery Museum Space & Science Center

    The Discovery Museum Science & Space Center has operated for 60 years as a 501(C)(3) nonprofit agency. Originally founded in 1951 as the California Junior Museum, the Center was designed as a space where children could experience science and nature through interactive programs and exhibits. Today, the Discovery Museum is one of Northern California's premier institutions with an emphasis on STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) education and hands-on learning.


    Intended Audience:
    Grades 9-12,College Students,All Students,JROTC Cadets,Soldiers,Educators

    Category / Subject Matter:
    General Education,STEM


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's website.

     


  • eCYBERMISSION

    eCYBERMISSION

    eCYBERMISSION is a free, web-based Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics competition for students in grades six through nine. Students compete for regional and national awards while working to solve problems in their communities.


    Intended Audience:
    All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    STEM


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's website.

     


  • Gains in the Education of Mathematics and Science (GEMS)

    Gains in the Education of Mathematics and Science (GEMS)

    The Gains in the Education of Mathematics and Science Program (GEMS) is a research program offered by the U.S. Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP). Known to its participants as GEMS, this summer internship opportunity offers a small stipend, mentoring and hands-on research activities for 5th - 12th grade students in Army laboratories across the country.


    Intended Audience:
    College Students,All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    Internships/Job Placement


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's info page.

     


  • GoArmyEd.Com

    GoArmyEd.Com

    www.GoArmyEd.com is an online hub for eligible Active Duty, National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers, who are working toward a higher education degree. With access to Army tuition assistance and regionally accredited universities, GoArmyEd is offered by the Army Continuing Education System and is a one-stop portal that allows Soldiers to register and take classes, learn about testing requirements and degree plans, access counseling support and develop new skill sets.


    Intended Audience:
    Soldiers

    Category / Subject Matter:
    College Planning/Prep


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's info page.

     


  • High School Financial Planning Program, National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE)

    High School Financial Planning Program, National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE)

    Since 1984, NEFE has been addressing youth financial literacy with the nationally known NEFE High School Financial Planning Program® (HSFPP). The HSFPP consists of a seven unit student manual, instructor’s guide, and a dynamic suite of Web pages that offer a large, continually growing collection of resources, articles, and financial tools for teachers, students, and parents. 


    Intended Audience:
    Grades 9-12,All Students,Educators

    Category / Subject Matter:
    Life Skills


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's website.

     


  • Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition

    Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition

    The IGVC offers a design experience that is at the very cutting edge of engineering education. It is multidisciplinary, theory-based, hands-on, team implemented, outcome assessed, and based on product realization. It encompasses the very latest technologies impacting industrial development and taps subjects of high interest to students.


    Intended Audience:
    Grades 9-12,College Students,All Students,Educators

    Category / Subject Matter:
    General Education,STEM


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's website.

     


  • International Mathematics Olympiad (JROTC)

    International Mathematics Olympiad (JROTC)

    The Army sponsors a team to represent the United States at the International Mathematics Olympiad, competing with teams from other countries. This annual mathematics competition for high school students is the oldest of the International Science Olympiads. 


    Intended Audience:
    Grades 9-12,All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    STEM


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's website.

     


  • Internships Science & Engineering Program (ISEP)

    Internships Science & Engineering Program (ISEP)

    Students in this program assist the Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) researchers on projects during the summer prior to senior year in high school. All students are required to give a formal presentation of their research.


    Intended Audience:
    Grades 9-12,All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    Internships/Job Placement,STEM


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's website.

     


  • Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (JROTC)

    Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (JROTC)

    Army JROTC is a citizenship and character development program. As is the case for all educational enterprises, quality teachers make the difference. Military veterans model the program’s values through a commitment to students’ character, academic achievement, fitness and wellness, and leadership potential. The program utilizes a nationally accredited curriculum that supports 21st century skills and core academic subjects, facilitates community partnerships, and ultimately prepares students to excel in both college and the workplace.


    Intended Audience:
    Grades 9-12,All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    General Education,Leadership Skills


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's info page.

     


  • Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (JROTC) Leadership and Academic Bowl (JLAB)

    Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (JROTC) Leadership and Academic Bowl (JLAB)

    Sponsored by the College Options Foundation, teams of Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) Cadets from across the country can participate in the Army JROTC Academic and Leadership Bowls. The benefits of participating include improved SAT/ACT scores, increased interest in college admissions, increased leadership skills, hands- on and interactive learning, and relating leadership skills to the historic monuments and memorials they visit when they advance to the final round in Washington, DC.


    Intended Audience:
    Grades 9-12,All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    College Planning/Prep


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's info page.

     


  • Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS)

    Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS)

    Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS) is a program for high school students interested in developing skills, knowledge and confidence in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). By participating in JSHS, students have the opportunity to present original research at the regional and national-level symposia and the chance to win scholarships, cash prizes, public recognition and other distinctions.


    Intended Audience:
    Grades 9-12,All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    College Planning/Prep


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's info page.

     


  • Junior Solar Sprint (JSS)

    Junior Solar Sprint (JSS)

    The Junior Solar Sprint (JSS) is a model solar electric car program recognized nationwide as an innovative way to inspire middle school students to study in the fields of science, mathematics and engineering. Through hands-on experimentation, students learn how to build model solar cars and tackle issues in engineering process, properties of materials, forces and motion, electricity and magnetism, ratios and geometry, and craftsmanship. Along the way, students explore scientific concepts and technologies that can help our country address issues of global climate change, reduce air and water pollution, and reduce our dependence on foreign sources of fuel. Additionally, teams can enter their cars in local design and race competitions with top winners invited to NESEA's annual championship.


    Intended Audience:
    All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    STEM


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's website.

     


  • March2Success

    March2Success

    March2Success is a complimentary online tool that provides materials, videos and competency building in verbal, math and science to help high school students prepare for state required exams and college entrance tests, including SAT, ACT and Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB). The program teaches study skills, offers sample tests and information about the college admission process and financial aid resources.


    Intended Audience:
    Grades 9-12,All Students,Educators

    Category / Subject Matter:
    College Planning/Prep,STEM


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's info page.

     


  • National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship

    National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship

    The National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship is a highly competitive, fellowship that is awarded to U.S. citizens and nationals who intend to pursue a doctoral degree in one of fifteen supported disciplines. NDSEG allows recipients to attend any U.S. institution they choose for up to three years. The fellowship covers tuition, a monthly stipend and up to $1,000 a year in medical insurance. NDSEG Fellows do not incur any military or other service obligation.


    Intended Audience:
    College Students,All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    General Education,Leadership Skills


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's info page.

     


  • National Science Foundation

    National Science Foundation

    This National Science Foundation-funded program is used by 9,000 students nationwide. The program includes interdisciplinary modules based on topics in materials science used in middle and high school science, technology and math classes.


    Intended Audience:
    Grades 9-12,All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    General Education,STEM


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's website.

     


  • NHRA Youth and Education Services (Y.E.S.) Program

    NHRA Youth and Education Services (Y.E.S.) Program

    The National Hot Rod Association's Youth & Education Services (Y.E.S.) program presented by the U.S. Army is motorsports' first and only full-time program devoted exclusively to educational programming. The Y.E.S. program was created in 1989 as a tool to connect education and drag racing. Since its inception, the Y.E.S. program has continued to expand and improve its programs, seminars, literature and educational material. 


    Intended Audience:
    Grades 9-12,All Students,Educators

    Category / Subject Matter:
    General Education


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's info page.

     


  • Project Lead The Way

    Project Lead The Way

    Project Lead The Way (PLTW) is a non-profit organization that provides middle school and high school students with hands-on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) activities, problem-based learning techniques, cutting edge equipment and the opportunity to meet professionals working in local STEM fields. Starting in the fall of 2014, PLTW will also offer an elementary school curriculum.


    Intended Audience:
    Grades 9-12,All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    General Education,STEM


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's info page.

     


  • Research & Engineering Apprentice Program (REAP)

    Research & Engineering Apprentice Program (REAP)

    The Research and Engineering Apprentice Program is a summer program for students, providing a hands-on experience in a lab environment at 40 colleges in over 30 states. The U.S. Army Research Laboratory supports 95 REAP internships each year.


    Intended Audience:
    College Students,All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    College Planning/Prep,General Education,STEM


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's website.

     


  • School Challenge

    School Challenge

    The School Challenge is an interactive educational experience that engages students at over 100 high schools in academic and physical activities, teaching teamwork skills and leadership.


    Intended Audience:
    Grades 9-12,All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    College Planning/Prep,General Education,Leadership Skills


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's info page.

     


  • Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges Army Degrees (SOCAD)

    Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges Army Degrees (SOCAD)

    Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC) was created in 1972 to provide educational opportunities to servicemembers who, because they frequently moved from place to place, had trouble completing degrees. The SOC Consortium consists of over 1,900 colleges and universities committed to helping meet the voluntary education needs of servicemembers.


    Intended Audience:
    Soldiers

    Category / Subject Matter:
    College Planning/Prep


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's info page.

     


  • Starbase

    Starbase

    The STARBASE program strives raise the interest and improve the knowledge and skills of at-risk youth in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, which will provide for a highly educated and skilled American workforce that can meet the advanced technological requirements of the Department of Defense.


    Intended Audience:
    All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    General Education,STEM


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's website.

     


  • Success Profiler

    Success Profiler

    The Success Profiler is an assessment and skill intervention system targeting social/emotional intelligence. All of the U.S. Army JROTCs use the Success Profiler program in helping develop goal setting as well as social/emotional learning in Cadets at over 1,500 programs throughout the United States.


    Intended Audience:
    Grades 9-12,All Students,JROTC Cadets

    Category / Subject Matter:
    Career Planning,Leadership Skills,Life Skills


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's website.

     


  • Summer Engineering Experience for Kids (SEEK)

    Summer Engineering Experience for Kids (SEEK)

    The Summer Engineering Experience for Kids (SEEK) camp is a free three-week program targeting students in grades 3-8. This program will introduce students to the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (S.T.E.M.) fields. The program is facilitated primarily by collegiate members of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE).


    Intended Audience:
    All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    General Education,STEM


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's info page.

     


  • Ten80 Education

    Ten80 Education

    Ten80 Education is a team of engineers and educators collaborating to help youth cultivate a true love of learning, sense of teamwork and achievement in STEM fields.


    Intended Audience:
    Grades 9-12,All Students,Educators

    Category / Subject Matter:
    STEM


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's info page.

     


  • The Science, Math and Research for Transformation (SMART)

    The Science, Math and Research for Transformation (SMART)

    The Science, Mathematics And Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship for Service Program is an opportunity for students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines to receive a full scholarship and be gainfully employed upon degree completion.


    Intended Audience:
    College Students,All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    College Planning/Prep,General Education,STEM


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's website.

     


  • Uninitiates Introduction to Engineering (UNITE)

    Uninitiates Introduction to Engineering (UNITE)

    UNITE aims to promote careers in engineering and technology by providing disadvantaged high school students with the opportunity to participate in college-structured academic enrichment programs, with courses in chemistry, physics, algebra and calculus. Seven colleges host UNITE students during the summer.


    Intended Audience:
    Grades 9-12,All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    General Education,STEM


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's website.

     


  • We The People: The Citizen and the Constitution

    We The People: The Citizen and the Constitution

    As part of the Center for Civic Education, the primary goal of this program is to promote civic competence and responsibility among the nation's elementary and secondary students. What makes the program so successful is the design of its instructional program, including its innovative culminating activity, a simulated congressional hearing. Since its origin in 1969, Center materials have been used in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, as well as in the trust territories and many regions across the world.


    Intended Audience:
    All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    General Education


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's website.

     


  • West Point

    West Point

    For more than 200 years the United States Military Academy has educated, trained, and inspired leaders of character, instilling the values of Duty Honor Country. Renowned as one of the world’s leading institution for military development and a top-tier academic institution, the Academy accomplishes its mission by developing cadets intellectually, physically, militarily, ethically, spiritually, and socially. Its Corps of Cadets is comprised of 4,400 students including students from all 50 United States, 35 countries and combat veterans. Upon graduation Cadets earn their commission as second lieutenants in the U.S. Army.


    Intended Audience:
    Grades 9-12,All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    Army Education Opportunities,College Planning/Prep,General Education,Leadership Skills


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's info page.

     


  • West Point Bridge Design Contest

    West Point Bridge Design Contest

    The purpose of the contest is to provide middle school and high school students with a realistic, engaging introduction to engineering using the West Point Bridge Design software. We provide this contest as a service to education--and as a tribute to the Academy's two hundred years of service to the United States of America.


    Intended Audience:
    Grades 9-12,All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    General Education,STEM


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's info page.

     


  • West Point Center for STEM Education

    West Point Center for STEM Education

    The West Point Center for STEM Education aims to be a national leader in designing programs that inspire, attract and steer young students to pursue STEM careers that are essential for our nation’s future. Many of the world’s greatest challenges involve science, technology, engineering and math, yet the United States is falling behind other countries in encouraging students to pursue careers in these fields. The United States Military Academy is a national leader in undergraduate STEM education and, through these programs for middle school students, West Point helps enhance STEM education.


    Intended Audience:
    All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    General Education,STEM


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's info page.

     


  • Women in Science Project (WISP)

    Women in Science Project (WISP)

    The Women in Science Project was created at Dartmouth College to encourage interested women to stay in mathematics, science and engineering.


    Intended Audience:
    All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    STEM


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's website.

     


  • Youth ChalleNGe Program

    Youth ChalleNGe Program

    The National Guard Youth ChalleNGe Program is a preventative at-risk youth program, which targets participants who are unemployed, drug-free and law-free high-school dropouts, 16 to 18 years of age. Core components of the program include responsible citizenship, academic excellence, life-coping skills, service to community, health and hygiene, job skills training, leadership/followership and physical fitness.


    Intended Audience:
    Grades 9-12,All Students

    Category / Subject Matter:
    Internships/Job Placement,Leadership Skills,Life Skills


    For additional program and contact information, visit the program's website.

     




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