The STEMAC is a state agency that provides support to publicly-funded Idaho schools and out-of-school learning organizations through grants, professional development opportunities, and student competitions. Visit stem.idaho.gov/apply for more information on our opportunities.
Imagine Math combines live teacher support, unique student motivation, and engaging adaptive instruction in a web-based learning system that is proven to help students learnand lovemath!
LCSC Kids’ College is a short-format summer program for youth ages 6 through 15. Kids’ College strives to offer the highest quality educational courses for youth in the Lewis-Clark Valley. Classes are scheduled Monday through Thursday.
“This free service provides the following to registered users:
-Books, magazines, and playback equipment
-Materials mailed directly to and from the user via Free Matter for the Blind
-Toll free number to contact the Talking Book Service
-Resources to help select titles of interest
-Online catalog for direct ordering
-Ability to download digital titles”
“Download 1,000+ grant and funding opportunities for STEM Education! Our STEM experts are available to help, just contact us!
EdventuresLABs Weekly Lab Program is for students ages 9-17. These labs give students opportunities to explore many different areas in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) education including subjects like Robotics
We are a science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics after-school (and midday) program for young people of Eagle, Idaho. Young people ages 9 to 17 meet weekly for 75 minutes for hands-on STEAM activities.”
Providing a comprehensive platform to inspire, assist, and lead people to be impassioned about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).
Entry points range from world-class STEM Teacher Training, to a mobile STEM classroom, to innovative STEM camps, to a full STEM school curriculum.
We also offer summer employment to local teachers, and internships to local college students.
“Free Online STEM resources
STEM supplies by grade level
Stem 101 Professional training
Click2Science – online interactive professional development site for trainers, coaches, site directors, front line staff, and volunteers working in out-of-school time STEM programs
STEM Summer Camps
STEM Grant Resources”
4-H programs are in every Idaho county. Youth from cities, suburbs, towns and rural settings participate. Participation is the key in 4-H. The more you do, the more you will get out of it and the more friends you will make.
4-H Afterschool works in over half of Idaho counties. It has put 4-H tested educational materials into Idaho schools and community centers since 1990.
The programs are run by staff and trained volunteers. Topics vary, but can include:
science and technology
visual, cultural and theater arts
health and physical activity
4-H gives custom training to staff and volunteers at each site. 4-H curricula are age-appropriate and kid-tested.
The project connects students in the Lewis-Clark Valley with college and careers, especially in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
We provide information, individual services, field-trips and campus experiences to support the path of our students all the way through high school to college.
We work with students in Lewiston, Clarkston and Asotin school districts throughout their high school career on college preparation and support. Contact STEM Access.
Career presenters include engineers, chemists, physicists, technical writers, technicians and math specialists. targeted specifically for female participants