NASA Seeks STEM Education Partners

March 6, 2013
NASA wants to leverage the resources and abilities provided by partners in order to improve the efficiency and maximize the impact of its STEM efforts.

NASA is looking for potential partners to help it achieve some ambitious goals for education. Based on the agency’s unique missions, discoveries, and assets, NASA supports learning both inside and outside the formal classroom. Its goal is to inspire and motivate educators and students of all ages in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). The agency is seeking unfunded partnerships with organizations to engage new or broader audiences across a national scale.

Potential partnership activities are varied. NASA is receptive to a wide range of possibilities. All categories of domestic groups—including US federal government agencies—are eligible to respond. In particular, NASA seeks responses from creative organizations with wide-ranging areas of expertise. NASA will accept responses through December 31, 2014 with the review process beginning April 1, 2013. To find out more, click here.

About the Author

Nancy Friedrich | Editor-in-Chief

Nancy Friedrich began her career in technical publishing in 1998. After a stint with sister publication Electronic Design as Chief Copy Editor, Nancy worked as Managing Editor of Embedded Systems Development. She then became a Technology Editor at Wireless Systems Design, an offshoot of Microwaves & RF. Nancy has called the microwave space “home” since 2005.

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