NSA K-12 Outreach programs promote Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) and World Language education at non-profit educational institutions, to cultivate the next generation of experts in fields critical to our nation’s future. The program offers a wide variety of enrichment activities for elementary, middle, and high school students.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to limited resources, beginning in Fall 2021, we will no longer be able to support requests for grades K-2. We apologize for the inconvenience, and hope to be able to reverse this decision at some point in the future.
- The K-12 Speakers Bureau enables NSA professionals to provide STEM and world language enrichment presentations. NSA hopes that the speaker’s knowledge of and excitement about these topics will inspire students to be more enthusiastic about their future encounters with STEM and foreign language, and raise awareness of career opportunities in these fields.
- Judges for STEM fairs and competitions (e.g. robotics, Cyber Patriot, world language).
- Participation in STEM/world language events.
- Help with extracurricular activities (clubs, competition teams) related to STEM/world languages.
For more information on any of our services, see the K-12 Outreach Brochure.
Browse K-12 Outreach Presentations to find an appropriate talk for your students.
Submit your request for K-12 Outreach services.
Have feedback for our speakers? Please use our Speakers Bureau Evaluation Form for Teachers.