Middle school students and their families are invited to learn more about NYC’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) high schools at the DOE’s annual CTE High School Fair on Saturday, October 27, 2018!
NYC high school students who want to learn more about careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) are invited to join us for the DOE’s 7th Annual STEM Matters NYC Career Day. Register by Friday, October 19!
NYC’s K–12 public school students can participate in FREE science and STEM-based camps, internships, and college credit-bearing courses this summer. Apply by April 6!
NYC families with students in grades K–12 can apply for placement into Summer in the City programs that will run from July 5–August 15.
NYC’s K–8 students can apply for exciting science and STEM programs taking place during Spring Recess (April 2–6). Apply by February 27, 2018!
The DOE’s Space Center is one of NYC’s most exciting learning spaces for students in grades K–12. See how this facility takes STEM learning to new heights.
Thanks to the Computer Science for All initiative, more City schools than ever are ready to prepare today’s students for tomorrow’s needs.
Famed astrophysicist, author, and NYC public schools alum, Neil deGrasse Tyson, stopped by the DOE’s 2017 Summer STEM Institute for a thought-provoking conversation with Chancellor Carmen Fariña about the importance of STEM education.
Learn more about FaceLab, the DOE’s STEAM-based training program for parents at select elementary and middle schools across the City.
City families with students in grades 2–12 can begin applying for placement into select Summer in the City enrichment programs that will run from July 5–August 15.