Naval Horizons introduces students to cutting-edge Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) topics that impact the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps – to include autonomy, oceanography, cybersecurity, undersea medicine, and more. We invite students to learn about Naval STEM challenges and our scientists and engineers through this video series. Deadline Extended to June 9, 2023!
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This free event inspires and empowers students interested in science, technology, engineering and math careers. Open to the public.
The National JSHS brings together 245 high school students who qualify by submitting and presenting original scientific research papers in regional symposium held at universities nationwide. Approximately 130 high school teachers, mentors, university faculty, military personnel, and others also attend and join in encouraging the future generation of scientists and engineers and celebrating student achievement in the sciences.
A one-week residential workshop for middle school and high school teachers. This workshop will allow teachers the opportunity to discover, explore, and test ideas and, most importantly, learn how science and engineering impact real world challenges. The focus will be on using hands-on, project-based learning methodology, while linking to educational standards. Room and board provided; travel stipends available, contingent on funding.
NDSEG fellows from the 2021 class will have the opportunity to network and hear from DoD national leaders and subject matter experts in the field of science, technology, and engineering for a riveting week that showcases ongoing research activities relevant to the national defense mission.
Hands-on Demonstrations • STEM Static Displays • STEM Professional Mentoring • Lunch/Refreshments Provided • Multiple $500 Scholarships This event is free to all San Diego area students in grades 6 through 12.
The Naval Research Enterprise Internship Program (NREIP) places college and university students in Department of Navy (DoN) laboratories where they take part in real Naval research for ten weeks during the summer. NREIP gives academically talented college students, graduating seniors, and graduate students pursuing STEM careers the opportunity to learn about Naval research and technology while receiving first-class mentoring by top scientists and engineers.
The Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP) places high school students in Department of Navy (DoN) laboratories where they take part in real Naval research for eight weeks during the summer. SEAP gives academically talented sophomores, juniors, and seniors interested in STEM the opportunity to learn about Naval research and technology while receiving first-class mentoring by top scientists and engineers.
The SMART Program provides STEM students with the tools needed to pursue higher education and begin a rewarding career with the DoD. With a full scholarship, students pursuing STEM degrees will be able to focus on complex research to further the DoD’s mission and create a lasting impact. Summer internships are performed at DoD facilities alongside scientists and engineers; these experiences prepare scholars for full-time employment and get them accustomed to working with the DoD. SMART is a one-for-one commitment; for every year of degree funding, the scholar commits to working for a year wi...
The National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) fellowship program was established as an approach to increasing the number of United States (U.S.) citizens receiving doctoral degrees in science and engineering (S&E) disciplines of military importance. The three-year NDSEG fellowship covers full tuition at your choice of U.S. institution, and provides a monthly stipend.
Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) 5th grade students are invited to the NAS Oceana (NASO) flight line for a day full of fun, interactive STEM displays.
Student STEPCon is the premier student STEM conference in the Inland Empire! Participants can experience hands-on Science experiments, interactive technology exhibits and Roundtable discussions, an exciting Science Show, and visit one-on-one with college educators and industry professionals, and enjoy thrilling presentations and demonstrations from a variety of exhibitors. The experience is targeted for 4th grade through 12th grade students.
Career counselors from the Navy, Marines, Army, Coast Guard, California National Guard and civilian agencies can discuss STEM-related job opportunities with you. This event is open to the public.
Looking for a fun and engaging way to add STEM to your curriculum? Look no further! Dahlgren Downtown will have interactive activities that are sure to make learning STEM enjoyable and exciting! Open to the public from noon to 3 PM.
This event provides relevant and engaging opportunities to educate, inspire and connect STEM to America’s youth. During STEM Day 2,500 Norfolk Public School 5th graders and will travel to the base and engage in STEM activities, static displays and ship tours. This is a closed event.
The NSWC Corona Open House and STEM Career Fair will be returning on 21 Oct 2023! The event will have music, food, STEM career fair, family/alumni activities, and displays/exhibits by external partners. The event provides an opportunity for NSWC Corona to let the local community know who they are and what they do! This event is open to the public.
STEM—Science, Technology, Engineering and Math—are core principles for student learning in the decades ahead, necessary to compete in the digital workforce. Student STEM days are an exclusive opportunity for students throughout San Diego County to participate in Fleet Week San Diego’s Innovation Zone before we open to the public. This event is open to the public.
SeaPerch is an Office of Naval Research (ONR) STEM robotics program that illustrates how to construct, design, and prototype an underwater robot to solve challenges, with the opportunity to compete at local, national and international events. The SeaPerch Underwater ROVs and MS&T I/ITSEC EoL Teacher Workshop offers participants an overview of the SeaPerch underwater robotics program through hands-on learning, theoretical understanding, and practical classroom application.
The Holiday STEM Shop is an opportunity for students to create STEM related holiday gifts for their immediate family at "maker space" stations where they will choose and create gifts. Stations vary in complexity based on age group. Elementary through high school students are invited to build!
The 2024 San Diego Festival of Science & Engineering returns to Petco Park on Saturday, March 2, 2024. This event is open to the public.