Stay at Home with STEM

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Do you like to take things apart? Have you ever asked why and how something works? Are you a builder, a problem solver, a maker, a thinker, an innovator? If you answered yes, learn more about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) through immersive digital experiences, advice from today’s innovators and fun activities for junior high and high school students.

STEM Career Spotlight

A career that takes flight

Shaun manages a team that makes our nation’s strategic defense platforms possible at Collins Aerospace. Learn more about his career journey and about the forces of flight. 

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Explore careers in marine biology, conservation criminology, environmental ecology and more during EarthEcho International's live virtual events with STEM professionals. Make sure to register today!

What is a “Hacker Hunter”?

Molly Payne can tell you. A former chemistry teacher, she makes a living seeking cyber security threats.

Astronaut Interviews: Rick Searfoss

Find out from space shuttle pilot and commander Rick Searfoss what it’s like to work in space and operate a shuttle.

Gamma-ray bursts are massive explosions that happen indistant galaxies. Dr. Colleen Wilson-Hodge studies them for a living.

Learn how Dr. Wilson-Hodge earned the job of a lifetime.

Meet Emily, a design engineer at Collins Aerospace

In this episode of Chats with Change Makers, Tiffany speaks with Emily, an engineer at Collins Aerospace. Emily designs space suits for astronauts on the International Space Station.