JPL Education website promo

When:

Monday, August 9 - Tuesday, August 31

Where:

Online (See event details)

Overview:

As summer winds down, the Education Office at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory wants to welcome you back to school! Whether you’ll be connecting with students in person or remotely, we’ve got resources to launch your school year and keep students engaged in STEM all year long. From student activities that can be done in class or at home to exciting student challenges based on real science and exploration to inspirational STEM stories about JPL and NASA interns, read on to find all the resources you'll need for a stellar school year.

STEM Activities, Resources & Events

Check out these lesson guides for educators, Teachable Moment articles with background info on the latest NASA missions and news, and guided activities for students learning in person or remotely. Plus, stay up to date with the latest offerings from JPL Education and NASA, including workshops, demos, and free resources.

Educator Resources

Expert Talks & Events

Student Activities

Student Challenges

NASA's Perseverance rover landed on Mars in February. With the landing came the Mission to Mars Student Challenge, a seven-week science and engineering challenge designed to get students creating their own mission to the Red Planet. Now that the rover is exploring Mars, it's a great time to begin the challenge with students! Get students exploring even more with the TechRise and Artemis student challenges.

STEM Stories & Opportunities

With all these opportunities to do hands-on STEM, students will want to know how it all translates into a career at NASA. With these resources, students can learn about the kinds of careers at NASA and read about what interns are working on and how to become one.

Stories

Opportunities