A few s.t.E.m. (science, technology, ENGINEERING, math) resources with an emphasis on ENGINEERING and aspiring #SanDiegoEngineers
Student STEM Outreach
Below are student s.t.E.m events for K-12 students:
Jul 7, 14, 21, 28 - AthenaRacing FABcamp Wednesdays
TBD 2021 - STEAM Youth and Community 2020 Conference (San Diego Foundation)
July 21 - STEM Career Series "Inspire the Future" by PHS SWENext Club & Team Spyder
July 30 - Meet An Aerospace Engineer Lauren Smith, Northrop Grumman (10 am PST) by WESTEM SWENext Club & Team Inspiration (for Middle & High School) FIRST
Sept 15 - (DiscoverE.org) Persist Series
Sept 2021 - X-STEM All Access (USA Science & Engineering) (for 6-12th graders)
Oct 13 - (DiscoverE.org) Persist Series
Nov 10 - (DiscoverE.org) Persist Series
Nov 2021 - Inspire Educators Workshops (USA Science & Engineering) (for Educators)
Spring 2022 - X-STEM San Diego (for 6th-12th graders)
Other STEM Resources:
Monthly - "Chats With Changemakers" (10 am PST) Meet the next engineer or visit older broadcasts. DiscoverE.org
Apr 24 - May 2: San Diego Expo Day (Festival of Science and Engineering)
Apr 22 - May 23 - Remake Learning Days (SDCOE & USD)
USA Science & Engineering Festival Newsletters & Events
At Home sTEm DIY Youth Resources
DiscoverE.Org "At Home Edition" / "Chats with Change Makers"
STEM Ecosystem "STEM at Home" and "Camp Aspire"
Looking for a few friends to explore the world of engineering with? Form an engineering club as an after school activity and enter an engineering challenge. Any San Diego student (or San Diego Club) that wins a regional / national / global engineering / technology contest will be recognized during the San Diego Engineers Awards Celebration. Tell us of your accomplishments here!
NSBE Jr Club - Middle/High-school students can become a member of NSBE Jr.
MathCounts Club - Middle-school student club and competitions through MathCounts.
ASCE Civil Engineering Club - for High School Students
Athena Racing - for middle and high school female students
inteGIRLS San Diego - Math & STEM events for middle and high school female students