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Future City National Home page

This flexible, cross-curricular educational program gives students an opportunity to do the things that engineers do—identify problems; brainstorm ideas; design solutions; test, retest and build; and share their results. This process is called the engineering design process. With this at its center, Future City is an engaging way to build students’ 21st century skills

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National Defense Education Fund

Welcome to LAB TV. We have 2 seasons of Webisodes. There are new episodes each week that demonstrate the amazing research that is everyday work at DoD labs. These webisdes can be used to show students how STEM is being utilized in the real world and careers.

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National Defense Education Program Home Page

The website contains tabs for Personal Stories, LabTV and real world Lab facilities to connect students with Engineers and Scientists. Resource for researching STEM careers.

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Podcast: From Astrobiology to Zoology: Igniting Students' Interests in Science Careers: Careers in Earth Sciences Podcast
Podcast: From Astrobiology to Zoology: Igniting Students' Interests in Science Careers: Careers in Environmental Sciences Podcast
Podcast: From Astrobiology to Zoology: Igniting Students' Interests in Science Careers: Careers in Health Sciences Podcast
Podcast: Igniting Students' Interests in Science Careers: Earth Science Careers Podcast
STEM Career

"This site provides STEM career information, video, research and learner resources updated weekly."

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Toshiba Exploravision

ExploraVision is a science competition that encourages teachers to make science a part of their curriculum. As a teacher sponsor, you will lead your students as they work in groups of 2 – 4 to simulate real research and development. You will guide your students as they study a technology of interest and predict what that technology might be like 20 years from now. Teams will explore what is necessary to make their visions a reality.

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Trip to College

"To help parents along the path to college planning, the Indiana Youth Institute developed a Web site for parents of students in grades K-12, called Trip To College. This Web-based program is an Indiana-specific, step-by-step resource to assist with the college planning and funding process. On the Trip To College Web site, parents can find a college planning timeline; facts, figures and information about preparing and paying for their child’s college education; a customized search engine for Ind

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You Innovate

" standards-based content to help young people understand the relevance of STEM in their lives now and encourages them to plan for their future. It provides a career pathway guide for students, helping them understand what they’ll need to know and where in their state they can learn it."

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