This project is preparing NASA professionals to be STEM role models and connects them to NASA-themed STEM outreach programs for youth and families within the TPT SciGirls, National Girls Collaborative, and the Space Science Institutes’ STAR Library Network.
This library exhibit and professional development project is working with public libraries across the country to help engage a broad cross section of the public in the NASA Artemis program: the return of humans to the moon, with an eye towards Mars
Through the NASA@ My Library project, NASA and the public library community will work together to enhance STEM literacy of library patrons, with a focus on underserved and underrepresented populations, throughout the nation.
The overarching aim of Project BUILD is to better understand how youth’s learning preferences or dispositions relate to their STEM learning experiences. It also seeks to build community members’ capacity through Community Dialogues to inspire and educate youth about STEM careers.
The project vision is for participating rural communities to empower tweens and their families around equitable STEAM learning and career paths by leveraging their existing strengths, interests, and diverse cultures.
This project brings a traveling exhibit and interactive programs to rural and tribal communities in the Four Corners Region of the U.S. and engages community members in conversations about their personal and community connections to local water topics.