What’s Your Story?

We’re looking for stories from students and educators with regard to STEM (age and grade level don’t matter; we’re just looking for content). These stories could be in any form of media: videos (simple and filmed from a mobile phone is totally fine!), interviews, or written “biographical” type stories. We’ve even had some super creative students give us infographics and artwork (digital and traditional) to add visual elements. Please email content to us and include the featured person’s name (first names are fine for students), school, grade/age, and teacher’s name in the body of the email. I’ve provided some examples of content if that helps, but feel free to take a different approach.

  • What students love about STEM
    • Favorite STEM subjects and why
    • Favorite STEM project; what made it so great?
    • What do they want to be when they grow up? What path will they need/plan to take to get there?
    • How could they change the world through STEM?
    • Stories of people in STEM (educators or industry professionals) who have inspired them
    • What do they wish they could change about the way STEM subjects are taught in school and why?
  • What teachers love about STEM
    • Why they enjoy teaching it
    • The most fun lesson or project they’ve ever been involved in and why
    • How do they hope to inspire students to change the world
    • Stories of students who want to or could change the world through STEM
    • Stories of students who have inspired the teachers to continue to do the hardest job on the planet
  • Administrators’ stories about students and teachers changing the world through STEM and inspiring others in the process
  • Any STEM activities your community does outside of a traditional classroom setting
  • Anything your organization does that would seem outside of the box (something less traditional or non-stereotypical) that we could share with industry partners to show them more about how we’re preparing the next generation of STEM industry employees
  • Any cool experiments or STEM projects that have really spoken to your community (educators, students, and parents)…we LOVE these!