NAF’s Engineering Expeditions offer learners Future Ready Passports to pursue their passion as they explore engineering careers and energize them to imagine innovative solutions to real-world issues. NAF’s engineering academies implement third-party curricula by Project Lead the Way, STEM 101, Paxton/Patterson, and Intelitek.
This is a double sized opportunity for future engineers. 400 students like you will win $40,000 for college and a guaranteed paid internship at Amazon.
Accepting applications through January 20, 2023.
The KPMG Future Leaders Program is a charitable initiative designed to increase the diversity pipeline of women in business and STEM fields. KPMG Future Leader Recipients will receive an annual scholarship of $10,000 per year for four years of college, plus leadership development opportunities such as the Future Leaders Retreat and mentorships
*The 2023 KPMG Future Leaders Program application is open now through January 31, 2023. CLICK HERE TO APPLY.
A great resource for educators to explore and learn how to integrate artificial intelligence (AI) into classrooms.
Learn about an engineering for social justice framework that identifies root causes of inequitable distribution of design solutions that involves listening and researching both the local context and the structural conditions that give rise to inequalities.
Future Engineers offers free challenge-based curriculum for students and classrooms. Students submit designs online, compete with their peers, and build a portfolio. Join our community of educators getting hands-on with innovation education!
Guidebook for Secondary Educators
Created by ISTE and General Motors, Hands-On AI Projects for the Classroom series is a set of guides for teachers who are seeking instructional and curricular resources about artificial intelligence (AI).
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Our partnership with NAF helps further the impact WWT has made on increasing the pipeline of talent in the underserved community—particularly in the areas of STEM—to inspire and ignite untapped potential.
David L. Steward
Founder and Chairman
World Wide Technology
The work-based learning experiences that taught me the skills to do well in my internship, and the numerous guest speakers and worksite tours I attended were the most memorable and impactful experiences which prepared me for my future in engineering.
University of Central Florida
Raytheon Technologies is incredibly proud to partner with NAF, an organization that is transforming the STEM learning environment with tangible, hands-on learning opportunities for high school students in underserved communities.
Chairman and CEO