Fairfax County Public School students have access to many STEAM resources. Learn more about the opportunities available from the FCPS Academic Overview. Students have access to many STEAM education opportunities that can be integrated into academic and career plans by students in grades 6–12.
Additional resources for FCPS middle and high school opportunities:
Fairfax County Public School's Office of Business and Community Partnerships offers opportunities to partner with FCPS schools.
Check out the FCPS STEAM Twitter feed.
NOVA SySTEMic, based at Northern Virginia Community College, offers STEAM programs for students in grades 4-12. Check them out on Facebook and Twitter.
The Volgenau School of Engineering at George Mason University offers STEAM outreach programs for students in middle school and older. You can find out more about their programs on their website or Facebook.
Thinkabit Lab, on the campus of the Virginia Tech - Northern Virginia Center in Falls Church, is a place where students are exposed to hands-on STEAM activities and careers. Check them out on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Children's Science Center is a non-profit, interactive children's science museum at Fair Oaks Mall, offering hands-on STEAM exhibits and activities. Take a look at their exhibits and programs on Facebook or Twitter.
Located in Baltimore, Digital Harbor Foundation offers STEAM activities to students and families in Baltimore City, as well as STEAM training for educators.