Info for Educators
We are in awe of what teachers do every day. You inform, you influence, you interact, and most importantly, you inspire young people preparing for the exciting world of learning and work.
WHAT MANUFACTURING CAN OFFER STUDENTS
Many people of all ages are amazed to learn how much we manufacture in the United States and how diverse the careers are in our dynamic industry. Today’s manufacturing is about new innovation, making an impact, and a chance to design and build the future. Whether they are interested in design, engineering, or even the business side of the industry, there is a place for everyone in manufacturing.
MEET THE MAKERS
Visit Your Classroom to talk about what they make, how they make it and the rewarding careers in manufacturing.
Host a Tour of their facility where teachers and students can see first had the operations and processes behind the finished products. From food products to semiconductors, laboratory equipment to aerospace products Hudson Valley manufacturers parts are in products like Dunkin’ Doughnuts, smart phones and Boeing aircraft.
To connect with a local company contact the Council of Industry’s Director of Workforce Development, Johnnieanne Hansen: firstname.lastname@example.org
A-Z list of educational opportunities that NASA offers throughout the year.
National Science Foundation
A variety of full-service and special purpose programs of curriculum material and instructional software for STEM education.
Department of Defense
DoD programs connect STEM education in the classroom to the excitement, skills, and challenges that come with safeguarding our country.
Affordable inquiry and project-based activities to visualize data across STEM curriculum. Middle school standards-based lesson plans written by teachers.
Standards aligned, hands-on lessons and maker challenges for teaching STEM.
Engineering is Elementary
In-school and after-school curriculum products for elementary aged students.