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Tech Rocket - Summer may be winding down, but that doesn’t mean you have to put your tech education on hold. Use Tech Rocket to learn online with fun, interactive courses. Explore code, game design, and graphic design.
Code.org - Code.org is a nonprofit dedicated to expanding participation in computer science by making it available in more schools, and increasing participation by women and underrepresented students of color. Their vision is that every student in every school should have the opportunity to learn computer science.
STEM Works - STEM isn’t always what you think it is. From sports to the animal kingdom, and even monster trucks—if you love it, there is a good chance it relates to STEM.
Video Game Challenge - You’ve built a video game or are learning how...but now what? The National STEM Video Game Challenge is a competition for kids and teens to make and submit a game about any topic, using any game creation tool, for a grand prize.
Change the Equation - What does the STEM landscape look like in your state? Change the Equation offers state “vital signs” to gain a true understanding of the needs and opportunities for STEM in your state.
Science Buddies - Perfect for anyone looking to imagine and build their own science activities at home. From simple creations to award-winning projects, it’s all here!
Engineering, Go for It! (eGFI) - Discover the nuts and bolts of engineering! Get advice and info on careers, student success stories, and links to other valuable resources.
Code-to-Learn - Supporting projects to make coding more accessible and appealing for everyone—while changing the way the world sees coding—Code-to-Learn focuses especially on projects related to Scratch, a graphical programming language used by millions of young people around the world.
National STEM League - The path to STEM literacy and becoming a contributor to the Innovation process is different for every student. Five National STEM League (NSL) Challenges offer an entry point for everyone, whether it is as a math modeler, R&D lead, racecar technician, graphic designer, or team leader.
Games for Change - Games for Change facilitates the creation and distribution of social impact games that serve as critical tools in humanitarian and educational efforts.