Get Involved with K12 STEM Campus Outreach
The Georgia Tech K-12 STEM Connection at Georgia Tech provides a method of viewing K-12 STEM & STEAM programs that are hosted by the various schools and departments on the Georgia Tech campus. Requests for help with K-12 STEM events and projects are available for teachers, school administrators, district superintendents, and Georgia Tech Faculty. Current there are no on-campus K12 STEAM programs.
To request support, find resources and events, or to sign up for our K-12 Connections Newsletter, click here.
Are you a student interested in supporting K-12 Outreach? Start here to learn more!
Learn how CEISMC can support your existing K-12 Outreach efforts, or how to get involved.
Jun 6 to Jul 22
CEISMC Summer P.E.A.K.S. (Programs for Enrichment and Accelerated Knowledge in STEAM) are one to two-week long experiences designed to increase Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM) knowledge through various educational activities
New & veteran coach training on how to register & prepare a team for competition.
The free one-day event is for rising first-generation and limited income 8th - 12th graders.
Georgia Tech to host inaugural First-Generation College Institute on June 25 in Atlanta and on July 16 in Savannah
The Georgia Institute of Technology will host a one-day First-Generation College Institute for rising first-generation and limited income 8th through 12th graders on June 25 in Atlanta and on July 16 in Savannah.
More than 200 students and their families attended the 10th Annual Latino College and STEM Fair (LCSF), a virtual bilingual event hosted in mid-March by the Georgia Institute of Technology’s GoSTEM program.