"Our mission is to inspire and support students to connect to technology education and career opportunities through corporate, community and academic partnerships."

Siemens Summer of Learning Program

The Siemens Summer of Learning Program is an all expenses paid opportunity for STEM teachers to interact with top scientists and like-minded peers working across STEM disciplines to understand the latest trends that are taking place in the field.  Teachers can choose from two programs: Siemens Teachers as Researchers (STAR) and Siemens STEM Institute. The STAR program is a two week opportunity for 40 teachers to engage in mentored research projects. The Institute is a one week immersion at Discovery world headquarters.  You can apply to one or both!

Applications deadline closed on February 4, 2014.  Bookmark this page to return for information on the 2015 deadlines next February.

Need Funds for Your Student Project?

Student Launcher calls itself the 'virtual bake sale for student leaders' and offers a way for schools to raise funds using less resources while still increasing the amount of donations received.  Check out their FAQ page to learn more and read Student Launcher's Blog for the latest scoop.

STEM Programs Targeting Girls

The National Girls Collaborative Project seeks girl-centric STEM organizations throughout the US to connect them with students looking to learn about science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).  They offer a searchable directory to help connect and share resources.

Grant Opportunities

While STEMfinity offers hundreds of hands-on academic enrichment kits with curriculum for PreK-12 students in order to spark interest and passion in STEM, they also offer a resource for those looking for STEM grants. These grant opportunities range from after school programs to federal and private foundation grants. Browse their list and find one that fits your needs!

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