Community Engagement with the STEM Academy

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Community Involvement in the AISD STEM Academy


It takes the whole community to educate a child effectively.


Community involvement is key to the success of the Academy. There are many ways that the AISD STEM Academy needs the support and expertise of our community. Below is a list, with a brief explanation of how you can get involved.


Please use the Community Interest Indicator Email on the left side of this page to let us know how you want to support the Academy.  We need help in the following areas:


Guest Speakers 

We are looking for professionals in STEM fields that can share their expertise with our students.



During the senior year, students will be enrolled in a capstone course such as an internship in a STEM field. If you can provide an internship or would like more information, please let us know through the Community Sign-up form.


Field Trips and Educational Programs

The STEM Academy strives to provide numerous enrichment opportunities for our students.  Please let us know if your organization can host a student group on a field trip and/or you offer STEM-related educational programs.



If you have an idea for a student project or even have something you would like accomplished that meets the requirements of a STEM classroom project, you may hire students to accomplish this task.


Advisory Board Members

The role of the Advisory Board is critical in the effectiveness and relevance of the Academy.


Capstone Project Mentors

During the senior year, students will engage in a capstone course that includes the research and development of a solution for a real world problem.  Students will need at least one mentor to guide them through the capstone project process through completion of the project.


Corporate (or Individual) Sponsorships

Many projects require financial or materials assistance. If you or your organization are willing to sponsor a project, please let us know. 



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