Are you looking for high-quality STEM activities to engage upper elementary students this Fall? Nebraska 4-H Youth Development, in collaboration with Beyond School Bells and funded by the CARES Act, can provide a minimum of six (6) hours of STEM programming to childcare programs serving rural* school-age children in Grades 3-5**. STEM programs will be led by local high school students, designed and supported by University of Nebraska—Lincoln undergraduates and a Nebraska Extension 4-H Youth Development STEM Specialist.
This Spring, we have three curriculum options:
The Power of the Wind
For more information about STEM CARES, to let us know you are interested in discussing the possibility of STEM CARES visiting local afterschool, childcare, or other out-of-school time programs, or know of any high-school age youth interested in a paid position leading STEM programs in your county, please go to our website: https://4h.unl.edu/stem-cares
*Any program outside a 10-mile radius of Omaha or Lincoln metro areas qualifies.
**We have some flexibility on the grade levels. Please reach out to us to discuss!
More details at: https://4h.unl.edu/stem-cares