Georgia STEM Day
A Celebration of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math in Georgia
Georgia STEM Day 2019 was May 3! How did you celebrate?
Georgia STEM Day is a day for schools, educators, students, and companies to engage in activities involving science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). By celebrating Georgia STEM Day on May 3, 2019, you helped to raise awareness of the importance of STEM in our state.
CHECK OUT GA STEM DAY 2019 ACTIVITIES & EVENTS
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5K Race Through Space – Science ATL
Join us for Atlanta’s first race benefiting STEM education and awareness at Piedmont Park on May 4, 2019 – the 5K Race Through Space!
Frequently Asked Questions
We want to hear how you spent your Georgia STEM Day! In 2016, students across the state celebrated 1 million students engaged at The Georgia Aquarium, teachers won tickets to the Atlanta Braves and Atlanta Zoo, and thousands of classrooms across the state shared their lesson plans with us on social media, using the #GASTEMDay. Be a part of the celebration – sign up for Georgia STEM Day 2017!
Each Georgia STEM Day, we’re lucky enough to work with amazing community organizations across the state and country to promote STEM education. In 2016, we worked with Georgia Aquarium, CollegeBoard, Discovery Education, Zoo Atlanta, STEM Premier, Atlanta Braves, and HiFiKids.com. If you would like to become a STEM Day Partner in 2017, please contact Katie Dion below.
STEM is Georgia’s future. By 2020, there will be more than 22,000 new STEM jobs in this state alone. Innovative and quality STEM education is vital for students’ academic and professional success, and STEM skills are essential to Georgia’s future workforce and economy. Why not have a day to recognize the importance of STEM learning in our state?
Whether you’re a teacher, parent, student, or administrator, getting involved in STEM Day is simple and fun. First thing’s first: be sure to register today!
Teachers: Incorporate STEM activities into your classroom on May 5, 2017 – and encourage your school and fellow teachers to do the same! Check out the hashtag, #GASTEMDay, to see innovative activities from teachers around the state.
Principals: Engage your entire school in celebrating STEM Day. STEM activities are not limited to science and math teachers – STEM activities can be incorporated across the curriculum!
Students: You can be involved with STEM learning inside and outside of the classroom. Be sure to ask your teacher about STEM day activities, and check out our partners below to see what after school activities you can engage in!
Companies: Volunteer to speak at a local school about your exciting STEM career, or host a field trip for students to your local business!
Colleges/Universities: Partner with TAG-Ed in promoting STEM Day, and work with local K-12 schools to coordinate activities, speakers, and volunteer opportunities.
Georgia STEM Day 2018 is Friday, May 4, 2018.