STUDENTS

Math and science can be hard subjects for some students. For others, it just comes naturally. Whether you love these subjects and want to learn more, or you are having trouble and need some help, this is the place for you. No matter what your ability, we know you always need some encouragement… and sometimes, just a break.

Find the category in the sidebar to the right that fits you best to see the latest news, links, resources, and events.

Student Educational Resources

https://www.energy.gov/diversity/student-educational-resources-stem

K-Middle School Resources

The Science of Innovation: The Science of Innovation was produced as a joint partnership between the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) and focuses on the connection between basic science research and innovation. The materials were produced in collaboration with NBC Learn, the education arm of NBC News and include lesson plans for middle and high school teachers developed by the National Science Teachers Association and aligned with state and Next Generation Science Standards.

Engineer Girl: The EngineerGirl website is designed to bring national attention to the exciting opportunities that engineering represents for girls and women. The website is a service of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE).

Cool Science Careers: Middle and high school students experience what it is like to be a scientist through interactive activities and games. “Imagine Yourself” lets students virtually conduct activities from a field. Includes education requirements and interviews with scientists.

High School and Undergraduate Resources

High Schooler’s Guide to Preparing For a Top Engineering College: This guide aims to assist high school students as they plan their attendance to a top engineering college. Each chapter offers advice and suggestions to help students in each grade level succeed.  It covers topics including academics, application advice, and extracurricular activities.

iON Future: This site lets you explore STEM careers, find the ones that best match your interests, and play your way to your dream STEM future. The site is sponsored by Change the Equation.

Engineer Your Life: This engineering site for high school girls includes sections on why engineering, making it happen, photos and text about women engineers, YouTube videos and blogs, plus sections for teachers and counselors.

Discover Engineering: On this site, check out reasons to love engineering, career outlooks on engineering jobs of the future, information on specific engineering jobs, and school information to prepare you to excel in your engineering career.

STEM Internships, Fellowships, and Mentoring

https://www.energy.gov/diversity/stem-internships-fellowships-and-mentoring

News

Southland Casino Racing helps create STEM opportunities for students

CRITTENDEN COUNTY,, Ark. (KAIT) -Southland Casino Racing recently contributed to the growing field of STEM education. According to a news release, Southland Casino Racing donated $5,220 to the Delta STEM Education Center…

2019 Congressional App Challenge

This year’s challenge submission period begins JUNE 5 and runs through NOVEMBER 1. The Congressional App Challenge is a nationwide event that allows students to compete with each other by creating and exhibiting their software application…

3 NLRHS Math Positions Open

There are 3 open positions in the North Little Rock High School Mathematics Department. They are transitioning to Opportunity Culture so 2 of their teachers are moving to Multi-Classroom Leader positions. These MCLs will be available to support…