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Increasing children’s access to science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) is essential to preparing them for future career and economic opportunities as well as building Georgia’s STEAM workforce. Afterschool and summer learning programs are critical partners that offer both additional time and opportunities for students to experience hands-on STEAM learning and to ensure Georgia’s youth are prepared with the skills necessary to thrive in college, career, and life.

General Resources:

Million Girls Moonshot Official Website

Mizzen by Mott The Mott Foundation

Role Models Matter Training for STEM Volunteers STEM Next

MGM Toolkits Million Girls Moonshot

Engaging Youth Through STEAM Activities Georgia Afterschool and Youth Development Initiative

Summer Activity Guide Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network

STEM Professional Development for Providers Click2SciencePD

STEM Activity Center STEMfinity

Family STEM Cards Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative

STEM@Home STEM Ecosystems

NASA STEM @ Home Resources NASA

Dimensions of Success: OST STEM Program Quality Improvement Tool The PEAR Institute

Arts & Fostering Creativity: