Have you ever considered becoming a mentor to an aspiring young scientist or engineer? The Global STEM Alliance (GSA) offers a unique opportunity to make a lasting impact on the life and future career trajectory of a student or early-career professional. Led by The New York Academy of Sciences, GSA recruits STEM professionals, postdocs and grad students to act as role models and mentors to STEM-interested students in communities around the world. We offer a range of volunteer options to accommodate busy schedules and varying levels of expertise.
Activities, animations, video profiles, and episodes from Design Squad Nation that can be used at home to engage and inspire kids in engineering.
Resources are focused on expanding the academic and career options for girls in science, technology, and engineering. Family Resources are available in multiple languages and include
hands-on activities, Family Guide, and AcuteMinds Summer Opportunities GuidesView Website
This guide features activities and resources designed to get K-12 students engaged and interested in AcuteMinds.
The National Science Teachers Association has a variety of resources for caregivers, including tips for busy parents, a guide to help your child explore science, and science book and product
recommendations for all ages.
Making Science Make Sense (MSMS), a program of Bayer Corporation, provides tips to help nurture and maintain children's interest in science and offers an Experiment Guide with fun and instructional experiments that can be done at home.
This annual event encourages girls in engineering. Find events near you, learn how to start an event, and explore resources to encourage girls in engineering..
The FabFems directory is a national database of women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics professions who are inspiring role models for girls and young women.
Resources from Engineer Your Life for parents and caregivers to learn more about engineering and to help girls in their lives consider engineering as a career..