STEM Events

K-12 STEM Center Summer Programs


Energy of STEM – for Elementary Track (Grades 3-5) and High School

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Summer Engineering Camp – for Middle School (5th, 6th or 7th grade)

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Project Payload – for Middle School (5th, 6th or 7th grade)

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SHINE (Summer High School Intensive in Next-Generation Engineering) – For High School

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Discover Engineering – For High School

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Engineering Tomorrow Virtual High School Summer Camp

Enrollment is now open for Engineering Tomorrow’s 2022 Summer Camp sessions! All sessions will be held virtually at no cost to students. Each week-long session is scheduled for a Monday, Wednesday and Friday in July. Sessions run for 3 hours in the morning each day. During each session, students will engage in two hands-on lab challenges and hear from a leading expert in a relevant field. Students are welcome to apply for 1, 2 or all 3 sessions. Applicants must be current 9th, 10th or 11th grade students.

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NSBE Aerospace SIG FIRE Rocketry Challenge

The NSBE Aerospace SIG invites teams of middle and high school students to register for the FIRE Rocketry Challenge, which will launch in August 2022. No experience is necessary to participate,  just a team of three students, who can be registered by an advisor, coach, or parent. They’ll receive access to curriculum and materials, office hours and live webinars with mentors, and a team grant application. The competition will consist of building and launching model rockets, completing design challenges, and delivering a 10-minute oral presentation. For more information, contact

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KidWIND REcharge Academy for Educators

KidWind is excited to announce the 2022 REcharge Academy to be held in Santa Fe, New Mexico from July 18th through 21st.

Now in its 16th year, the REcharge Academy is KidWind’s flagship educator training program focused around renewable energy. The intensive training blends lectures from experts and tours of energy facilities with hands-on K-12 lessons to give educators content as well as context. The REcharge Academy combines materials from REcharge Labs, WindWise, KidWind, NEED, WhiteBox Learning and Vernier, as well as many other materials that are applicable and useful in the classroom. Over 500 educators of all types have attended REcharge Academies from all over the world and have impacted thousands of students and educators all over the globe.

KidWind has scholarship funds available to help defray some of the costs to attend the academy. Click the link below to see the cost breakdown and apply.

Application Deadline: June 30, 2022

KidWind REcharge Academy

New Membership Enrollment Campaign​

The new membership enrollment campaign will begin on May 1st. ​

Anyone who renews or activates a membership after that day will have active access until July 31, 2023. ​

Any membership renewed or created between now and April 30 will only be recognized as active until July 31st of this year.  ​

All members and chapters are advised to wait until May 1st to save the trouble of renewing/enrolling twice.

Please contact with any questions.

NSBE SEEK (Summer Engineering Experience for Kids) applications are still open!

Register now for this free, virtual three-week STEM program, open to students who are current 3rd through 5th graders.
Summer 2022 Schedule: 
COHORT #1: June 13 – July 1
COHORT #2: July 18 – August 5
Applications are also open for the NSBE SEEK Program, Powered by Techbridge Girls, a special cohort that will expose 6th-8th grade girls to engineering and design-thinking.

Apply for SEEK!

All NSBE Jr. advisors and chaperones (adults volunteering for an off-site NSBE activity or interacting with NSBE Jr. students 24+ hours) must provide a satisfactory background check with InfoCubic. If you haven’t yet completed your background check, visit and select your region and role to begin. Not sure what your NSBE region is? Click HERE to check.

NSBE Jr. Chapter Demographic Survey

Help us to build our NSBE Jr. chapter database! Click below to fill out your chapter’s demographic survey.

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Click below to check out opportunities, resources, and scholarships for students and advisors listed in the NSBE Jr. Advisor Resource Collection!

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Now Accepting Applications for Summer Programs!

Announcing Virtual Summer Programs!

Programs for high school students and K-12 educators

Application deadline is May 27, 2022

Albuquerque Teacher Workshops
June 17, 2022
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. MDT

Teacher Workshops 
June 29, July 13 & July 20
12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. PDT

Aerospace Academy 
July 11–21, 2022
9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. PDT

STEM Institute
July 25–28, 2022
9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. PDT

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2022 Environmental Science Virtual Camp Registration

Career Girls is delighted to present a free Environmental Science Virtual Camp exploring environmental justice, understanding challenges to human environments, and advocacy with experts from around the world. This is an amazing opportunity for girls to learn about issues impacting the environment, ask questions and engage with women experts from the environmental science field.

Audience: Girls ages 10-15
When: 3-days of programming
Thursday, April 28, 2022 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM Pacific Time
Friday, April 29, 2022 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM Pacific Time
Saturday, April 30, 2022 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM Pacific Time
What: Environmental Science Virtual Camp – Free 3-day virtual event – advance registration required
Who: Experts in the Environmental Science field

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Free Summer Program in Physics for High-school Students

Are you a high-school student interested in exploring different topics in Physics? If so, this program is for you! The Stanford Program for Inspiring the Next Generation of Women in Physics (SPINWIP) is a summer learning program designed to get high-school girls excited about physics. This 3-week program is completely free to participants and will be held through video chat.

 Dates: July 11 – 29, Monday through Friday

Time: 9am – 1pm PDT. Exact schedule will vary day-to-day

Eligibility: High-school students


Deadline: May 9, 11:59pm PDT



Stanford/KIPAC Astronomy Lecture & High-school Summer Program in Physics

The Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology (KIPAC) at Stanford University is excited to share with you upcoming learning opportunities in physics and astronomy! Our monthly public lecture is open to all but recommended for high-school students, advanced middle-school students, and adults. We are also offering a 3-week, virtual summer program for high-school girls. All events and programs are free of charge.

Let there be light – but where did that first light come from? Join our lecture to learn about the cosmic dawn and first stars!

Date: Tuesday, Apr. 5, 2022

Time:  7:00-8:00 PM PDT

Format: Virtual/Hybrid. In-person attendance may be available and will be communicated closer to the event date.

Title: Switching on Stars at the Dawn of Time

Speaker: Dr. Emma Chapman (University of Nottingham)

Tickets: Free but RSVP is required through EventBrite (Note: school-district email addresses and other work emails with firewalls may block the EventBrite messages)

Information: Dr. Xinnan Du at

KIPAC lecture website

2022 Apple Engineering Technology Camp​

2022 Apple Engineering Technology Camp​

This summer, Apple is inviting a select group of high school students from across the country to participate in an Engineering Technology Camp. The five-week program gives students a rare and exciting glimpse into the company and the opportunity to work in small groups and collaborate closely with Apple hardware engineers. ​

Timing: July 5 to August 5, 2022​

Location: Due to the dynamic state of the COVID-19 pandemic, Apple will announce in the March timeframe whether the camp will be offered virtually or in-person in Cupertino, CA.​

Eligibility: High school sophomores and juniors with an interest in hardware technology. ​

Cost: Free. Apple will cover the cost of equipment and supplies (as well as travel and accommodations if applicable). ​

​Deadline: March 14th

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Berkeley Lab High School Summer Programs

BLDAP (in -person/ 35 hours per week) – The Berkeley Lab Director’s Apprenticeship Program (BLDAP) is a project-based high school STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics) program designed to help participants develop 21st century skills.

EinR (virtual) – Experiences in Research (EinR) is a virtual internship program for high school students to gain hands-on experience with professionals at Berkeley Lab. Students spend six weeks over summer remotely working directly on cutting edge projects alongside experts in STEM.

SAGE (in-person) – Science Accelerating Girls’ Engagement in STEM (SAGE) is a one-week summer camp for public high school students (age 14-17) hosted by National Laboratory scientists and engineers to share what life is like in STEM professions.

Free Bilingual 3Day STEM Camp for High School Students

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab’s K-12 STEM Education team will be launching a Spanish-English Bilingual STEM camp for high school students ( over spring break (April 7-9, 2022); called SeA @ Berkeley Lab. This program is FREE and we are looking for Spanish and Spanish-English speakers who are interested in learning more about STEM careers.

The program schedule includes a virtual evening on April 7th and two full days on-site (COVID protocols permitting) April 8 and 9. Final decisions on virtual versus in-person programming will be made by March 1. All materials will be supplied in either version of the camp. Breakfast and lunch will be included for in-person iterations.

California Science Center

The California Science Center proudly presents the world premiere of Angkor: The Lost Empire of Cambodia — an international touring exhibition featuring over 120 ancient artifacts, half of which have never been shown outside of Cambodia until now. Journey back 900 years to discover engineering and cultural marvels and daily life in the Khmer empire.

Visit the exhibition and see the immersive IMAX movie Angkor 3D — a visually stunning IMAX adventure where science and mystery intersect. Don’t miss this opportunity to witness one of the archaeological wonders of the world on a 7-story screen!

GiE Summer Camp 2022

Girls in Engineering is a hands-on summer camp for middle school students interested in learning more about engineering, STEM/STE(A)M, and design thinking. Taught by Cal researchers and students, campers gain exposure to engineering, design thinking, and real-world problem solving through hands-on activities and team projects. Flyers attached.

Don’t miss out—apply today!  Visit our website for more details.

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What: UC Berkeley’s Girls in Engineering Summer Camp
Who: Students entering 6th, 7th, or 8th grade and living in the Bay Area
•  Session 1:     June 27 – July 1,   9am – 4:30pm
•  Session 2:     July 11 – 15,   9am – 4:30pm
•  Session 3:     July 18 – 22,   9am – 4:30pm
Where: UC Berkeley Campus
Cost: The camp fee is $600*, includes lunch and snacks

*Don’t let the cost of camp prevent your child from applying. GiE awards full and partial scholarships based on financial need and actively recruits students from low socio-economic means and underrepresented minority groups. Learn more here, visit the Scholarships Tab.
Applications Deadline : March 31, 2022 (or once 250 applications have been submitted). Apply today!

More Info: visit us at

Questions?: email

ROAR Summer Academy for California High School Students

The Summer Academy rigorous, intensive two-week online summer program for advanced high school students interested in learning about Python programming and introductory autonomous driving algorithms. This summer program is in partnership with the FHL Vive Center, an AR/VR research center at UC Berkeley.

The goal of the academy is to support high school students in their exploration of  science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects as a career path and provide an in-depth, interactive overview of undergraduate engineering majors, programming, hardware and software design.

They will be primarily learning about python programming and machine learning. Students will then be invited to race their autonomous driving agents and compete in the 2022 Summer ROAR Competition.

Applications are now open, and we are offering need-based financial aid. To learn more about ROAR Academy, please see here:

Early Application Deadline: March 18, 2022

Who should apply: Participation is limited to High School students who live in California and will be entering 10th, 11th, or 12th grade in Fall 2022. Students who will graduate before the start of Summer 2022 are not eligible.

Financial aid: For families who demonstrate financial need, the ROAR Academy awards full scholarships, and you do not need to submit an additional scholarship application. Please see the website for eligibility.

Unity Through Diversity

The 2021 Corporate Social Responsibility Report is now available!

The 2021 Corporate Social Responsibility Report highlights the meaningful ways Aerospace deepened its commitment and impact in fostering a culture and environment of trust, inclusion, and belonging within out workplace and across our communities.

Upcoming Summer Programs 

Aerospace Academy – July 2022
Program for first generation, college-bound students pursuing a STEM degree.

Zero Robotics – July 2022
Summer coding competition for middle school students

STEM Institute – June and July 2022
Workshop for educators and high school students, gardens 9 to 11

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 Attention middle and high school science teachers: join the Exploratorium’s Teacher Institute for three weeks of hands-on professional science learning this summer.

Explore the museum’s exhibits, and learn activities and strategies that will make science come alive for your students.

Come spend three weeks immersed in hands-on, inquiry-based science explorations and discussions at the Exploratorium. Work with other teachers to deepen your own practice, build content knowledge, and support a more equitable learning environment in your context. Explore natural phenomena related to human perception, physical science, life science, earth science, and our environment. Engage in facilitation that promotes noticing, wondering, and experimenting in order to build understanding and create equitable and anti-racist science classrooms.

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