LET’S GO has put together some additional DC STEM resources.
DC STEM resources – Holiday Gift list.
Computer Science for All Teachers. — This National Science Foundation-sponsored website includes resources, help squad, tips, journal, and events. Learn more.
eCYBERMISSION. — Students in grades 7-9 tackle real-world problems and vie for up to $9,000 in prizes in this free online competition. Register teams by Dec. 13.Learn more.
Shell Science Lab Challenge. — Middle and high school teachers can win up to $93,000, plus a lab makeover, in this NSTA-administered contest. Apply by Dec. 15.Learn more.
NSF’s Generation Nano. — Students in grades 6-12 vie to win scholarships by creating comics or short videos about their STEM superheroes. Submit by Jan. 8.Learn more.
EngineerGirl! Essay Contest. — Engineering for Your Community is the theme for this year’s contest for boys and girls in grades 3-12. Entries due Feb. 1.Learn more.
Wearable Device Challenge. — Fashion sense takes on a whole new meaning in NC State’s contest for middle and high school students. Register by Feb. 15.Learn more.
Congressional App Challenge. — Designed to encourage kids to code, the contest runs from July to November. This year’s winners will be announced during Computer Science Education Week in early December. Learn more.
The Accelerator. — ASEE’s blog and free monthly e-newsletter for engineering and engineering education students has scholarships, teaching tips, and news. Learn more.