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What is STEM Near Me

STEM Near Me is a free resource to help you quickly find opportunities to engage in all types of science, technology, engineering, math, (STEM) events, projects, and programs near you, in person and online.  Our primary goal is to help anyone, anywhere in Alabama participate in STEM programs that matter across recreational, educational or professional interests.  


In the boxes below, you can enter your search preferences and STEM Near Me will scan our partners’ opportunities and present a list of options for you in seconds! These options include museum events, field trips, science camps/clubs, community STEM projects, science cafes and more.  Search by location, topic, audience, and more to find the experience that is right for you!    

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About Science Near Me

Science Near Me is a free resource and directory to help quickly find opportunities to engage in STEM events, projects, programs, and experiences, both in person and online, including: science projects, museum events, science festivals, out-of-school time programs, maker faires, public science policy forums, astronomy clubs, science cafes, and more.


Science Near Me was developed with support from the National Science Foundation

In partnership between SciStarter, Oregon State University's STEM Research Center, COSI's Center for Research and Evaluation, the Association of Science and Technology Centers, the Science Festival Alliance, The Connectory, Discover Magazine, & The Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

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Legal Disclaimer

This project is based upon work supported, in part, by the National Science Foundation under Grant DRL-1906998 and Science Near Me. Any listings, events, programs, opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the view of the Alabama STEM Council.