The NDSGC offers several opportunities for North Dakota educators:
All informal and formal educators must be US Citizens and employed at a North Dakota school to be considered for funding. Educators who mentor a precollege competition team (i.e. FIRST Robotics teams) do not need to be US Citizens.
Resources and Activities
The North Dakota Space Grant Consortium provides STEM lesson plans, STEM activities, and a virtual tour of the University of North Dakota Space Suit lab on our Wix site.
Electronic Mailing List
If you would like to receive email notifications about upcoming events for educators and students, in addition to North Dakota Space Grant events and happenings, please subscribe to our electronic mailing list.
At-Home STEM Kits
The NDSGC is committed to providing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) support to students across the state of North Dakota. Our At-Home STEM Kits allow students to conduct a simple STEM activity wherever they live, with adult supervision. All kits are free and require minimal supplies. Please read through and complete this form if you would like an At-Home STEM Kit to be mailed to a North Dakota address.
Women in STEM Role Model
Attention North Dakota students! Did you know that female students are underrepresented in the majority of STEM fields? It's time to bring visibility to our fields: let us know who your female STEM role model is! Participate in the ND Space Grant's "Women in STEM Role Model" series for a chance to be featured on our social media pages.
Educators and caregivers, this is also a great activity to do with your students! Use our editable PDF or print out our worksheet, then submit the worksheet (or a picture of it) to firstname.lastname@example.org!
The North Dakota Space Grant Consortium STEM Pal program allows students to submit a letter to a STEM Ambassador. The goal of STEM Pals is to encourage communication and cultivate curiosity in the fields of STEM. Letters can be in the form of a paper letter, an email, a voice memo, or a hand-drawn picture. Students can ask a STEM Ambassador any questions they may have about Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, or college life as a STEM student. Please fill out this form to begin correspondence.
STEM Ambassador Visits
To promote Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) across North Dakota, the North Dakota Space Grant Consortium established the STEM Ambassador program. STEM Ambassadors are undergraduate and graduate STEM students that conduct hands-on activities with North Dakota students, families, and communities. Please complete our form if you would like to have a STEM Ambassador visit your K-12 classroom. The goal of these visits is to encourage communication and cultivate curiosity within the fields of STEM.