K-12 STEM Education and Outreach Programs
K-12 STEM Education and Outreach is part of the Government and Community Relations Office at Berkeley Lab. We develop educational programs that connect our researchers and experts with students in the Bay Area. Our aim is to provide opportunities for learning and support the next generation of scientists. Interested in building programming or talking about how your Division can be a part of pre-college programs at Berkeley Lab? Contact the Director of K-12 Programs, Faith Dukes.
K -12 programs are an extension of community outreach and diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
These programs exist to excite young people about the expansive world of STEM, engage students in activities that will strengthen their STEM identity, and increase the number of students from underrepresented groups that pursue a STEM major/career.
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