STEM Resources

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Looking for ways to stop summer brain drain and keep STEM in the forefront at home? Check out our STEM Virtual Learning Series, which features webinars and activities for students of all ages led by Northrop Grumman employees and some of our community partners.

October 2020:

October 15
California State Parks
Activity for All Ages
Virtual Tour: Anza Borrego Desert State Park. Go on a virtual behind-the-scenes tour and hear special stories about the park.

October 22
Northrop Grumman
Activity for K-5
Read-along for Students: Ben the Cyber Defender – Join Shareka Robinson, a computer systems analyst at Northrop Grumman, as she reads “Ben the Cyber Defender,” a story about a boy who helps his family learn the importance of cybersecurity.
An activity sheet can be found here
Register and learn more here

October 28
EarthEcho International
Activity for upper elementary/middle/high school
Webinar: STEMExplore Virtual Career Connection with Minorities in Shark Science – Learn about marine science as a career and the steps it takes to become a professional in this area. Register and learn more here.

November 2020:

November 4
EarthEcho International
Activity for upper elementary/middle/high school
Virtual Field Trip: Sub Pilot Essentials – Learn from submersible pilots and co-pilots as we explore topics ranging from sonar imaging to buoyancy control.  Register and learn more here.

November 10
EarthEcho International
Activity for upper elementary/middle/high school
Webinar: STEMExplore Virtual Career Connection with a Conservation Criminologist – Hear about conservation criminology with Aalayna Green, a conservation criminology student at Michigan State University. Register and learn more here.

November 18
EarthEcho International
Activity for upper elementary/middle/high school
STEMExplore Virtual Career Connection with a Fisheries Biologist – Learn about fisheries biology from a marine biologist who uses chemistry and genetics to study the movements and diets of fish throughout their lifetime. Register and learn more here.