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K-12 STEM Parent/Teacher Resources

We know that there is a significant need for parents and teachers to have access to STEM resources to use as inspiration for the children in their lives. Below you will find local events, stem camps, and more! Feel free to use this list at your home, school, daycare, etc. There is even a print button at the bottom of the page for you to print and share. Check back often as we update this list regularly.

Local Events


2024 - STEM Camps & Programs

STEM Day (3rd – 8th)

A half-day program in August designed to introduce students to engineering through fun projects and activities.


Library Workshops (ALL)

Rotating STEM series on topics such as coding, herpetology, VR field trips, mini-med school, and more.


Future City (6th – 8th )

A project-based learning program where students imagine, research, design, and build cities of the future.


MATHCOUNTS (6th – 8th)

A national math enrichment, coaching, and competition program.


Toothpick Bridge Competition (ALL)

To design and build a bridge type structure out of toothpicks.


Atlanta Science Festival (ALL)

Painting the city with science at various locations in March.


Pairing STEM professionals with classrooms in March.


Introduce a Girl to Engineering (4th – 8th)

A half-day program sponsored by the engineering community to introduce girls to engineering through fun activities.



Georgia Tech Camp (9th – 12th)

STEM Academy is a week-long stay-over summer camp at Georgia Tech that shows students what engineers do.


UGA Camps (6th – 12th)

A variety of specialized STEM camps held in June and July. Examples of topics include architecture, engineering, environmental science, etc.


Camp Invention (ALL)

A network of programs influenced by inventors that provides an authentic, hands-on opportunity to build the Innovation Mindset™.


Marine Science Camp (5th – 12th)

AIO introduces young people to the exciting world of marine science through a unique hands-on curriculum in Seal Harbor, Maine.


STEP Program (10th – 12th)

Students work in teams on a challenge problem that is inspired by an active Georgia Tech research effort.




Volunteers needed for the following schools. If interested, please contact Angela Snyder at for additional information of how to get involved:

  • The Galloway School
  • Christ the King School
  • Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic School
  • Pace Academy
  • Bolton Academy
  • Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School
  • International Community School
  • Hope-Hill Elementary School
  • Boyd Elementary School.