Hi Jordan. Congratulations on pursuing a teaching degree, especially in the area of science. I'm sure you've been told by coaches when you were a student athlete that you have to be well- rounded. The same is true as a teacher. If you are pursuing a science teaching position you need to join some science groups. Go directly to the engineering and technology departments on campus. Ask if they do any outreach at the local high schools to recruit students into the engineering department. ( Hopefully, your university has one.) Find out about any local or state science organizations. Are there businesses in your area that are going into schools to do hands on science labs with students in all grades? We have a group called the Kiwanis Club and professional people meet, plan, and purchase materials to do experiments with elementary kids.
Check out the EV Nautilus. It's a ship with people from all walks of life mapping the ocean floor under the direction of Dr. Robert Ballard- he found the Titanic. You can apply to go onboard the ship for a week! Google it.
I have no WiFi because of Hurricane Laura or I would share the link. Once you begin looking you will find many opportunities for professional development. Even if the description states that you must currently be teaching, apply anyway. Explain your situation, show your passion! They really want people who want to participate and go out and share what they have learned.
Good luck to you and I have a feeling you will go out there and get what you're after.