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Request NSA activities, partners, and STEM fair judges for your K-12 classroom

The National Security Agency (NSA) works with schools serving kindergarten through 12th grade in a number of ways to promote science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education. The Agency can provide professionals to serve as tutors, speakers, judges, and more to inspire students to pursue advanced studies in STEM and promote awareness of career opportunities in STEM fields.

Programs serving schools include:

  • The K-12 Speakers Bureau: NSA professionals give interactive talks to students on a variety of STEM subjects. For details, check the following links:
  • Science/STEM Fair Judges: NSA provides professionals to judge local K-12 Science/STEM fairs.
  • The NSA/CSS Partners in Education (PIE) program: NSA military and civilian personnel provide academic assistance in the areas of STEM, language, and other skills relative to the NSA/CSS mission to local schools with a high concentration of military families.
  • Other School Partnerships: NSA establishes relationships with schools providing tutoring, computer help, or STEM enrichment activities including extracurricular programs such as robotics clubs.

If you would like to take advantage of any of our K-12 programs, please contact us:

  • Send us an email
  • Call us at 301-688-6214
  • Fax us at 443-479-1193

    Our mailing address is:

    National Security Agency
    ATTN: K-12 Outreach
    9800 Savage Rd., Suite 6637
    Ft George G. Meade, MD 20755-6637