High School Explainers

High School Explainers, the Exploratorium’s youngest employees, are a diverse group of students who engage visitors at exhibits, lead demonstrations, and run many museum operations. Some are interested in science; all have a spark for learning new things. In keeping with the Exploratorium’s philosophy, they build their own skills while learning to help others. The… Read More

Global Tech for Female Students

Technovation is the global technology entrepreneurship course for middle school, high school, and university age female students. We match teams of up to 5 girls with a female mentor from the tech industry to complete a 12-week program in which they learn to research, design, code, and pitch a mobile app to real investors. So… Read More

Stanford U Mathematics Camp

The program includes: An intensive course in higher mathematics. A guided research project that allows students to individually pursue a focused area of interest, related to the course. A guest lecture series covering a range of topics, given by internationally-known research mathematicians. Group problem-solving sessions and individual tutoring. Social events and outings. On-campus housing and… Read More

Girls' Adventures in Mathematics, Engineering, and Science

The College of Engineering at the University of Illinois wants to invite girls in your school who have an interest in STEM fields to apply to GAMES Camp next year from July 13-19th, 2014. Girls’ Adventures in Mathematics, Engineering, and Science is an annual week long camp, designed for academically talented high school girls (rising… Read More

The Future of Engineering

Free and open to the public. Paolo Bosetti,  Assistant Professor of Industrial and Mechanical Engineering, University of Trento, discusses LISA (the Laser in Space Antenna that measures space gravity), Michelangelo (European automated manufactory system), and what these projects signal for the global manufacturing revolution. Bosetti, specializes in intelligent manufacturing, design of production systems, and machine… Read More

Stanford Engineering Everywhere

For the first time in its history, Stanford is offering some of its most popular engineering classes free of charge to students and educators around the world. Stanford Engineering Everywhere (SEE) expands the Stanford experience to students and educators online. A computer and an Internet connection are all you need. View lecture videos, access reading lists and… Read More