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CNY STEM Programs - Education

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  • Nature in the City External link opens in new window or tab.
    Baltimore Woods' Nature in the City program brings authentic, hands-on/minds-on natural science learning to K-6th grade urban school children. Now in its ninth year with the Syracuse City School District, and in its pilot year with the Auburn City School District, this award winning program is better than ever. Nature in the City lessons provide ... (click the link above for more details)
  • STEM-Engineering Career Event External link opens in new window or tab.
    The MOST and PEB create interest and excitement in a wide variety of STEM careers. To provide high school (possibly middle school also) students with an awareness of the many businesses, organizations, government agencies, programs of higher learning within CNY that employ/offer training of STEM careers.
  • Project Lead the Way (RIT) External link opens in new window or tab.
    Students develop critical thinking skills through hands-on project-based learning. The program engages students on multiple levels, exposes them to subjects that they typically would not pursue, provides them with a strong foundation for achieving their academic goals in any chosen field of study and, if pursued, establishes a proven path to ... (click the link above for more details)
  • RxeSEARCH External link opens in new window or tab.
    This program takes students through the discovery, development and marketing of a pharmaceutical drug. A trans disciplinary approach involves biology, chemistry, general science, math, language arts, ethics, social studies, business and marketing. Scientific machinery is used from local universities. Students tour Bristol's research facilituies ... (click the link above for more details)
  • National Engineers Week External link opens in new window or tab.
    National Engineers week always falls during CNY winter break so Lockheed Martin sets up projects, lessons and demonstrations at the MOST every year during one of their busiest weeks.
  • Literacy Design Collaborative External link opens in new window or tab.
    The program helps train content area teachers to implement the Common Core Standards across all content areas. The LDC Modules focus on specific teaching tasks that increase and embed literacy skills and help students to become prepared for the rigors of college. View more information.
  • Teacher in the Workplace External link opens in new window or tab.
    Provide teachers with an inside look at a business/workplace that employs people working in STEM fields/careers.  Goals include job profiling, identifying and assessing the skills used in each job, observing the job(s) being performed, taking back to the classroom a project or lesson plan that can be shared in the classroom and with other ... (click the link above for more details)
  • Spring Greening Teacher Conference External link opens in new window or tab.
    The greatest impact of this program will result from the multiplier effect created by "training the trainers", preparing them to deliver curriculum on environmental issues that meet the specific needs of their classrooms and school communities. This was accomplished by providing teachers with the knowledge, community connections, and materials ... (click the link above for more details)
  • ESF in the High School External link opens in new window or tab.
    A school/college partnership program that enables qualified students to: Experience college-level course work while still in high school; understand the complex scientific and social perspectives behind the environmental issues that make headlines every day such as, the relationship between energy use and the environment; and learn about and ... (click the link above for more details)
  • Explorer Post External link opens in new window or tab.
    Lockheed Martin engineers provide 10 weeks of 1 night a week classes in different areas of STEM topics (Robotics, programming etc).
  • ESF Science External link opens in new window or tab.
    Goal 1: Enrich student science learning and career exploration using inquiry, experiential, and critical thinking approaches in the urban environment; Goal 2: Strengthen partnerships between ESF, Syracuse City School District (SCSD), and community organizations; Goal 3: Improve communication and teaching skills for Science Corps participants. View ... (click the link above for more details)
  • LCS-SRC Engineering Ambassadors Program External link opens in new window or tab.
    The LCS-SRC Engineering Ambassadors Program was created in the spring of 2006 with the goal of establishing a foundational understanding of math and science among Syracuse City School District middle school students. The program, funded by SRC, Inc, is devised to help young students understand the different fields of science and engineering and ... (click the link above for more details)
  • Corporate Campus Academic Mentoring Program External link opens in new window or tab.
    Inner-city middle school students matched with mentor. Work on math homework and traditional mentoring. Goals are to help students improve math scores, learn from mentor in STEM career and to instill good study habits. Students will be matched up with an employee of one of several different companies including Lockheed Martin, SRC Inc. and O'Brien ... (click the link above for more details)
  • CNY STEM Scholars Program External link opens in new window or tab.
    The SRC STEM Scholars Program was designed in conjunction with the CNY STEM Hub to support Central New York students who plan to pursue a college degree in a field related to science, technology, engineering or mathematics.

    Scholarships will be presented to four graduating seniors each year. The scholarships are for $2,500 a year for ... (click the link above for more details)