The Space Station Explorers community includes a growing number of partner organizations whose innovative programs bring new excitement to STEM education.
Working to prepare today's girls to be the leaders, agents of change, and thriving women of tomorrow.
Provides opportunities to learn about the discoveries and benefits of human spaceflight by talking to astronauts in space!
International network of astronauts and cosmonauts dedicated to educating and inspiring future generations of explorers.
Serves local communities with STEM educational initiatives and programs including the Zero Robotics competition.
Provides youth development programs for kids ages 6-18 to help them reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens
Offers outstanding STEM related web-based education and resources for students, teachers and the general public
Fosters a love for space science for children and adults alike through hands-on and minds-on experiences
Engages students with space science through immersive team experiences that help bring their classroom studies to life
Reaches the community through a Challenger Learning Center and other programs that encourage lifelong STEM learning
Offers classroom resources and opportunities for students of all ages to participate in research that could launch to space
Museum, learning center, and plant conservation research facility for engaging students, adults and educators in science
Educates the public on the importance of seed-grown foods in hopes of attracting bright minds to study agriculture
Challenges students in grades 7-12 to design a DNA experiment that will solve the real-life challenges of space exploration
The leading organization for girls in Central Florida, Girl Scouts creates opportunities for girls to discover their own potential
Operates the Story Time From Space program promoting literacy and science by using the excitement of space exploration
Excites students about STEM, leadership and teamwork with the opportunity to send student-designed experiments to ISS
Supports the Zero Robotics competition allowing students an opportunity to use the ISS as the location of the final event
Connects classrooms to the ISS through live updates allowing students to see exactly what the astronauts in space are seeing
The Journal of Emerging Investigators (JEI) is an opportunity for students to get their research published and shared with the world.
Offers one-of-a-kind programs and exhibits for students and tourists including immersive multimedia experiences
Connects the classroom to the International Space Station through exciting hands-on experiments
Part of the MIT Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics engaging students in research to further space exploration
Operates the Museum of Aviation on Robins Air Force Base and offers STEM-related educational materials and training
Pairs high schoolers with mentors to develop solutions that help astronauts living and working on the International Space Station
Uses NASA’s capabilities to advance and excite students in STEM education and Human Space Exploration
Inspires students by connecting them directly with researchers, scientists and engineers who are passionate about their work
National Geographic explorers, scientists, writers and photographers add visual beauty and global relevance to standards-aligned curricula
Creates innovative programs that engage students with real research currently being conducted in laboratories on Earth and in orbit
Engages and inspires students of all ages toward STEM careers through programs like Quest For Space
Uses art to engage K-12 and college students in STEM education, teamwork, communication and creative problem-solving skills
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