Careers Student Explorations
made possible in part through the generous support of The Boeing Company
Greening Your Future and Future Trek: STEM Careers
Students in grades 6-8 explore STEM careers and experience the interdisciplinary nature of science today in these FREE, fun and fast-paced high-impact small group sessions scheduled throughout the school year. Fully funded by Academy donors, with generous lead support from The Boeing Company, STEM Career programs are offered at no cost to schools in the region and directly impact more than 1,500 students at a pivotal time in their lives when they are laying the science and technology path for their futures.
Greening Your Future and Future Trek Science Careers Explorations are open to student groups in grades 6-8 from private, public, independent and home schools throughout the region.
Check out our College Handbook for Middle School Students, with information for students interested in pursuing STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) careers. It's a great resource for high school students as well.
Interested in hands-on and exclusive science opportunities outside of school? Check out the Junior Academy of Science.
To participate in STEM career explorations...
GREENING YOUR FUTURE for 6th, 7th, and 8th Grade Students--in partnership with the Missouri Botanical Garden
WHEN: Sessions on: January 23rd (FULL), 29th (FULL), 31st (FULL), or Feb 5th (FULL), 7th (FULL), 13th (FULL), 22nd (FULL)
ALL DATES are CURRENTLY FULL and can accommodate an additional 1 - 3 individual students ONLY.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Friday, Janauary 11, 2013
WHO: Groups of 20-25, 6th, 7th, and 8th Grade Students. NOTE: Program can accommodate four groups of 20-25 students each per day.
WHERE: Missouri Botanical Garden Commerce Bank Education Center, 4651 Shaw Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63110 (NE corner of Shaw and Kingshighway)
WHAT: Four fun, informative and fast-paced, 20-minute classroom sessions with working scientists, engineers and STEM professionals, explore careers in science through interactive and hands-on demonstrations. Students participate in an afternoon scavenger hunt featuring the Botanical Garden's Climatron (worlds first geodesic dome greenhouse), Linnean House (oldest continuously operating greenhouse west of the Mississippi), William T. Kemper Center for Home Gardening, and English Woodland Garden. BRING: Sack lunches and drinks for students, teachers, and chaperones. Sharpened pencils.
HOW: If you would like to select a group, or groups of 20-25, 6th - 8th grade students (program can accommodate up to 100 students per day), CLICK HERE to register to participate in Greening Your Future. Questions -- please contact Science Careers program director, Rose Jansen, at 314-537-7889 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please provide: the date/s you you would like to attend, the name and address of your school, grade level/s to attend, number of students per grade level group, and the name and contact information (school, cell and home phone numbers and email addresses) of the teacher chaperone and school principal.
FUTURE TREK for 6th Grade Students--in partnership with the St. Louis Public Schools Career and Technical Education Division and the Saint Louis Science Center
WHEN: ALL Future Trek DATES are FULL.
WHO: Groups of 20-25, 6th Grade Students. NOTE: Program can accommodate four groups of 20-25 students each, per day.
WHERE: Saint Louis Science Center Taylor Community Resouce Center, 4900 Manchester Road, St. Louis, MO 63110 (SW corner of Kingshighway and Manchester)
WHAT: Four fun, informative and fast-paced, 20-minute classroom sessions with working scientists, engineers and STEM professionals, explore careers in science through interactive and hands-on demonstrations. Students participate in an afternoon scavenger hunt at Science Center. BRING: Sack lunches and drinks for students, teachers, and chaperones. Sharpened pencils.
HOW: All Upcoming Future Trek Sessions are FULL. Please see OPEN dates and information on how to register for Greening Your Future Sessions (below).