This website was created to broaden the participation in NC State’s K-12 STEM outreach programs.
Parents, students, teachers, educators and group leaders can use the above navigation tools (Find an Opportunity) to find great opportunities for their children, such as camps, offered at NC State.
As a group leader, such as a Boy Scout or Girl Scout troop leader, or a teacher, you can also search opportunities at NC State that cater to larger groups, such as campus tours and special events.
If you are an NC State staff or faculty member who provides STEM opportunities for K-12 children, and you would like to have your opportunity listed on our website, please click on the above link “Learn More” under Providers to access our easy form submittal process. Once you have been approved as a provider, your opportunity will be listed here. In the form, there is also a place to indicate if you would like to receive more information about our common assessment tools that are being developed and implemented, and are available for STEM K-12 outreach providers on campus.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have questions about a particular event, camp or opportunity listed on this website, please contact the opportunity provider directly via their contact information they have listed.
If you are an NC State K12 Outreach Provider, please see the NCSU Partners page for more information about survey participation and implementation. If you are a non-NC State group interested in using our surveys, please complete this form to request a copy of the instruments, and also visit the Survey Overview, T-STEM Survey and S-STEM Survey pages for more information.
The material on this website is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1038154. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the view of the National Science Foundation.
This website was developed in collaboration with North Carolina Cooperative Extension and funded by Extension Seed Grant, Connecting Students to 21st Century Careers, from the Office of Extension, Engagement and Economic Development.