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NanoTecNexus Learning Group is organized exclusively to foster educational advances in the way society and K-12 students learn about nanotechnology. The focus is on serving disadvantaged youth and general public by seeding knowledge, interest and awareness of nanotechnology through various nanoscience STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) initiatives. 

With 30,000+ resources from the best brands on the planet, STEMfinity is the only one-stop-shop for PreK-12 STEM enrichment. Using a single purchase order, educators can get their students hands-on with 3D printers, robotics, electronics, rocketry, and beyond! STEMfinity also offers on-site professional development and product implementation.

The not-for-profit Zoological Society of San Diego is a conservation, education and recreation organization dedicated to the reproduction, protection and exhibition of animals, plants and their habitats.

The San Diego Archaeological Center is a museum and educational facility located in Escondido, a mile and half east of the Safari Park, where visitors and students can learn the story of how people have lived in San Diego County for the past 10,000 years.

La Jolla Playhouse advances theatre as an art form and a vital social, moral and political platform by providing creative opportunities for leading artists of today and tomorrow. With our youthful spirit, eclectic, artist-driven approach we continue to cultivate a local and national following with an appetite for diverse work.

ArtReach takes professional artists into k-6 schools throughout San Diego County to provide hands-on, sequential, standards-based visual arts education. Since 2008, ArtReach has provided youngsters almost 50,000 opportunities to practice creative problem solving and to create original work.

Biomimicry San Diego is a local organization working to bring the biomimicry approach to innovation and human problem solving. Biomimicry San Diego is dedicated to reconnecting people with nature, and aligning human systems with biological systems. Our collaborative partnerships and educational services support interdisciplinary dialogue across the San Diego region.

ArtsBusXpress underwrites transportation costs for San Diego school children, enabling arts and sciences field trips, many of which have free/discounted entry. Teachers must include culturally-relevant experiences in their curriculum, which contribute to the development of academic skills such as reading, mathematics, language, and certain thinking, social and motivational skills.

The CPA Health & Fire Science Academy is geared toward preparing at-risk students for careers in the Health and Fire Science fields. Students within the academy are exposed to mentors, internships, guest speakers, and attend college orientations and college road trips (visiting community, state, and private colleges).

Owned and operated by Caltech, Palomar Observatory is an active astronomical research facility.

The California After School Resource Center (CASRC), funded by the California Department if Education, After School Division, promotes high-quality expanded learning programs through a circulating library of reviewed resources, research-based professional development, and supportive services. Our vision is happy, healthy, high-achieving students.

The Center for Research in Mathematics and Science Education (CRMSE) is dedicated to advancing mathematics and science education at local, state, and national levels. We are an interdisciplinary community of scholars at SDSU engaged in research, curriculum development and dissemination, publications, presentations, and leadership roles in the community.

Thrive is a K-12 charter school network in San Diego, preparing students to be community-minded, college-prepared, and career-inspired. We engage learners and personalize learning through hands-on instruction that encourages students to create and explore while supporting them with adaptive, online learning programs.

CAICE focuses on the chemistry behind aerosol particles on our climate. We are committed to both research and education, and our research activities span the development of theoretical tools for the study of chemically complex systems, studies of aerosol particles in ocean microcosms, instrument development, and physical chemistry at interfaces.

In Tune With Education: For 20 high-impact years, Classics 4 Kids has been focused on fulfilling our 501c3 nonprofit mission to provide custom, kid-friendly in-school classical music education programs and offsite professional symphony concert experiences as a catalyst for academic advancement, creativity, joy and personal growth.

ConnectEd is dedicated to advancing practice, policy, and research aimed at helping young people prepare for both college and career through Linked Learning — a high school improvement approach. Linked Learning engages students by making education relevant by combining rigorous academics, demanding technical education, personalized student supports and real-world experience.

College of Engineering offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs. We are dedicated to innovative education, research, and dissemination of knowledge, and focus on instilling critical thinking in our graduates to: recognize human and societal needs; design innovative, sustainable engineering solutions; embrace an international perspective, and create value through entrepreneurial efforts.

Serving San Diego since 1880, San Diego Humane Society does more than just shelter and adopt animals. We serve as a vital animal welfare resource to the entire community. Our Mission: To promote the humane treatment of animals, prevent cruelty to animals and provide education to enhance the human-animal bond.

Saltman Quarterly is a student-run biology research journal under the Division of Biology at UC San Diego. Our focus is to produce a yearly scientific research journal, and quarterly short publication magazines. The Community Outreach team is working to better connect the community's youth with academic science and science writing.

The San Diego CSTA is a local chapter of the national/international CSTA [ csta.acm.org ]. We formed a partnership with UCSD's San Diego Supercomputer Center for Education to promote CS curricula in the K-12 schools in San Diego County.

The San Diego Makers Guild is committed to fostering the maker community and to promoting, showcasing, and encouraging adoption of making by individuals, public and private institutions with the goal of advancing education, innovation, commerce, and lifelong learning.

The San Diego River Park foundation is a non- profit organization dedicated to creating a better future for the San Diego River through conservation and education centered on the San Diego River watershed.

A communication network supporting the environmental literacy of California's students by providing teachers with access to high quality environmental education resources. Our website has information about grants, local events, and a searchable database of resources and professional development opportunities from environmental education providers.

We are a group of art teachers who are devoted to STEAM based art projects. Circle Painting was founded by Hiep Nguyen, a teaching artist who believes in making art accessible to all. Since 2007, we have traveled to 20 countries, served hundreds of schools, and engaged over 100,000 participants.

Christian Youth Theater is a theater arts program for kids ages 4-18. Founded in 1981 in San Diego, California, CYT has grown to be the largest youth theater company in the nation. There are affiliates across the country training thousands of students. CYT is a non-profit 501(c)(3) educational organization.

The world desperately needs workers and leaders who are creative, disciplined and visionary. The arts—music, dance, theater and the visual arts—foster those qualities in today's students and tomorrow's workforce. Young Audiences of San Diego (YASD) has dedicated itself to integrating the arts into the education and lives of all children.

SDCAP is a new non profit organization committed to teaching, training, and producing high quality performing arts. Unique programming trains, challenges, and produces technically, artistically, confident performers. Talented experts at SDCAP, teach that doing the absolute best job, with the highest standards of artistic integrity, brings amazing results, and dedication.

Destination Imagination is an international, educational program that enhances the growth and learning students receive in the classroom. Teams of students, ranging from third grade through university level, solve one of six open-ended Challenges in the fields of STEM, fine arts and service learning and present their solutions at tournaments.

The California School-Age Consortium works to support and advance professionals and organizations in providing quality and affordable out-of-school time programs. Our vision is a California where all children and youth are fully supported to be healthy, thriving members of their communities and where OST programs are a public priority.

Batiquitos Lagoon is a coastal wetland north of San Diego. The Foundation is dedicated to the preservation, enhancement and protection of Batiquitos Lagoon. We offer programs to educate the public about the natural environment and the many habitats it provides for birds, insects, plants, fish, mammals and benthic animals.

To explain and promote Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO) research, SIO GAMES creates geoscience based educational video games. These games place the player in the role of the scientist, requiring them to complete tasks similar to what SIO scientists are working on today.

Energize Schools is a holistic school energy services program designed to make it easy and affordable for schools to reduce energy use and engage students in energy education and leadership.

Believing in the power of theatre to startle the soul, ignite debate and embrace the diversity of the community in which it serves, Cygnet Theatre Company is fearlessly committed to the dissection, examination and celebration of the human story through the medium of live theatre.

Having spent 20 years focusing on habitat studies, we now turn our attention to Fashion for the New Millennium. Our mission is to elevate the status of secondhand clothing to that of "haute couture," thereby making a Zero Carbon Footprint fashion statement for myriad environmental and human rights issues.

The City of San Diego Environmental Services Department sponsors outreach education efforts through the San Diego County Office of Education featuring various programs on waste reduction topics, such as recycling and composting. Programs include group presentations and assemblies, as well as field trips to the Miramar Landfill.

Infologic focuses exclusively on Innovation Management through research, consultancy and Graduate STEM Workforce development programs.

EverFi is the leading education technology company focused on teaching, assessing, badging, and certifying students in critical skills. We combine cutting-edge personalized technology, deep education research and data, and a dedicated implementation team that allows each teacher to feel as though they have a blended learning assistant in their classroom.

CoTA is a professional development program that tackles the possibilities of making the arts a lively, essential, and ongoing aspect of elementary school education. CoTA is based on the belief that integrating the visual and performing arts into other content areas promotes engagement, accessibility, and relevance for students.

MOPA, founded in 1983, has earned an international reputation of excellence through its high-quality exhibitions, lectures, publications, films, and its commitment to serving the community through public and school-based programs. The Museum’s collection of 7000+ objects provides a rich photographic heritage, both as an expressive medium and a documentary record.

The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD) is devoted to the exploration and presentation of the art of our time, presenting works across all media created since 1950. Located in the heart of downtown San Diego and La Jolla, MCASD provides an unprecedented variety of exhibitions for visitors.

Friends of Famosa Slough is a small non-profit foundation. We assist the SD Park and Recreation Department in the management of Famosa Slough. We also conduct interpretive walks for schools, organizations, and the general public. Famosa Slough is a very good site to observe a coastal wetland and its wildlife

Suzie's Farm is a 140 acre organic farm located just 15 miles south of downtown San Diego in the beautiful Tijuana Estuary. Established in 2004 by husband-wife team Robin Taylor and Lucila De Alejandro, Suzie's Farm grows over 100 varieties of vegetables, herbs, fruit, and flowers for San Diegans.

We are Francis Parker's FIRST Robotics Competition Team. We strive to inspire young people to become future STEM leaders. Our student led, mentor guided, team runs and supports a variety of STEM focused projects year round.

The Community Science Workshop Network is a California 501c3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to serve as a powerful advocate and resource for Community Science Workshops, providing opportunities for youth to tinker, make, and explore their world through science in under-served communities across California.

The AjA Project is a nonprofit organization headquartered in San Diego which provides photography-based programming to displaced and underserved youth. AjA’s creative modality is participatory photography, an arts-based tool that teaches participants visual literacy, critical thinking and how images can shape ideas and guide behaviors.

GRITLab is a pilot program within High Tech High that is focused on building GRIT through complex interdisciplinary projects. GRITLab also trains educators on how to implement project based learning in their own classrooms.

Founded by MacArthur Fellow Shawn Carlson, LabRats exists to inspire the next generation to love learning about all things science and technology.

LEGOLAND California is a family theme park that includes SEA LIFE Aquarium, offering hands-on science K-8 field trips in robotics, green energy, simple machines, and physical forces. New: STEAM Build & Tell. Downloadable teacher guides reference Next Generation Science Standards vetted by classroom teachers. Complimentary teacher admssion on Appreciation Days.

The art of mime is a universal language. It can be enjoyed by all ages and cultures. Through stories, using mime, pantomime, and audience participation we explore human emotion and expression in interacting and entertaining presentations. Mime/pantomime are a basic need to learn for actors, entertainers and students in general.

Outside the Lens is a nonprofit organization providing photography and digital media education, and teacher training. Our participatory programs give youth the tools to express themselves creatively and explore the topics important to them. Art and digital technology combine to engage, inspire, and bring 21st Century Skills into the classroom.

(iVIE) is a K-12 student video competition and festival held by SDCOE. iVIE was conceived to encourage and reward teachers who utilize video as a PBL tool in their classroom, and students who use film and visual literacy to demonstrate their understanding of classroom concepts.

The founding principles of education, entertainment, research and conservation make SeaWorld an ideal place to learn about and appreciate ocean animals. SeaWorld's educational experiences inspire a deeper understanding of and desire to protect wildlife. Connecting people to animals, both at SeaWorld and in the wild, makes learning fun and memorable.

In addition to our signature course, Science Infused With Art, JCS San Diego Academy of Art and Science offers dedicated art courses and dedicated STEaM time,

SCBC provides STEM Education and Work Readiness for the Future Middle-Skills Workforce. SCBC is funded through the CA Community Colleges Doing What Matters for Jobs and Economy continues to provide a comprehensive suite of summer programs for K-12 teachers and students, community college faculty and students, as well as job-seekers.

The Living Coast Discovery Center inspires care and exploration of the living Earth by connecting people with coastal animals, plants and habitats. The Living Coast is a natural treasure on San Diego Bay. Our nonprofit zoo and aquarium is uniquely situated on the Sweetwater Marsh National Wildlife Refuge.

The Marine Ecology Biology Student Association (MEBSA) is an organization created by San Diego State students based at the Coastal and Marine Institute Laboratory (CMIL). We aim to raise awareness of current research and conservation issues in marine science and communicate these issues to the public through outreach.

The Su Lab at The Scripps Research Institute works in the field of bioinformatics, applying the tools of computer science and statistics to the pursuit of biological discovery.

The Inspired Mind Learning Center was established to help children in grades K-12 by making math and science relevant. Our staff is dedicated to fostering a mentorship with our students while supporting their academic needs using our multisensory and project based curriculum.

SDSU MESA provides academic support, “out of classroom” experiences and industry/alumni engagement, which helps undergraduate students succeed academically and develop professionally to achieve goals. MESA students engage in "high impact" experiences, such as undergraduate research, first-year seminar, learning communities and leadership development; enhancing student engagement and graduating diverse STEM students.

The American Chemical Society is a professional organization of chemists committed to "Improving people’s lives through the transforming power of chemistry." ACS chemists care deeply about science education at all levels. Therefore, the Society develops and provides resources to support elementary, middle, and high school teachers.

MIT OpenCourseWare makes the materials used in the teaching of almost all of MIT’s undergraduate and graduate subjects available on the Web, free of charge, to any user in the world. With more than 2,200 courses available, OCW is delivering on the promise of open sharing of knowledge.

Ms. Smarty-Plants™ award winning assemblies and fieldtrips engage students in E-STEAM, nature-based education. Wearing colorful overalls, armed with magic, music, and smiles, Ms. Smarty-Plants™ inspires through interactive hands on learning in water conservation and stewardship of the earth. Activities develop observation skills and practices for scientific inquiry and engineering applications.

Learn Fresh provides a fresh take on academic exploration, sparking students’ curiosity in the educational value of the ordinary and extraordinary in their lives. We utilize culturally relevant topics to develop fundamental academic skills and show students that learning can be derived from the things that matter most to them.

I Love A Clean San Diego is an environmental catalyst, awakening passion and inspiring action, empowering everyone to improve the health and beauty of our local environment. For over sixty years, we’ve brought the best in all of us together for a lasting, positive impact on our region.

Open Source Maker Labs provides resources for makers, technology enthusiasts, students, and startup entrepreneurs by leveraging open source designs and projects. We share ideas on new and unique applications of technologies to encourage invention and prototyping. Many of these activities include 3D printing, electronics, robotics, and advanced CNC tools.

Ocean Discovery Institute uses science to empower young people from underserved urban communities to transform their lives, their community, and our world as scientific and conservation leaders. We provide continuous, tuition-free science education across one "school-shed" - City Heights - that builds curiosity, understanding, and leadership from kid to career.

The USS Midway Museum is an unforgettable experience for the entire family. Guests can spend the day exploring more than 60 exhibits and 29 restored aircraft. A self-guided audio tour, narrated by Midway sailors, brings the carrier to life.

Education Beyond The Classroom's mission is to provide free online peer-to-peer tutoring for K-12 students locally and globally, with the goal of providing a solid educational foundation for youth, preparing them to be valuable contributing members of society. Founded in 2012 in San Diego, EBTC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

The Department of Learning and Teaching offers programs for educators at every stage of their careers. Our goal is to create academically rich environments, to engage students in innovative research-based practices and to develop teacher leaders who embrace global perspectives guided by our mission of addressing needs of all learners.

The Living Coast Discovery Center inspires care and exploration of the living Earth by connecting people with coastal animals, plants and habitats. The Living Coast is a natural treasure on San Diego Bay. Our nonprofit zoo and aquarium is uniquely situated on the Sweetwater Marsh National Wildlife Refuge.

The Center for Energy Research (CER) was established in 1972 to help create solutions to the growing challenges of energy supply and utilization in our society. Members include scientists, faculty, visiting scholars, and students. Together they perform research in fusion, solar energy, fuel cells, energy storage, and related disciplines.

The mission of SDCYB, which was founded in 1945 in Balboa Park, is to provide the youth of San Diego with an opportunity to study, understand and appreciate, through education and participation, the art of ballet, and to enrich the cultural life of the community.

The STEM Ambassador program seeks to engage K-12 students to make them aware of the education pathways and career opportunities available in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Bonsall High School is a Project-Based Learning High school with all subject areas engaging students in authentic projects. BHS uses a physics-first approach for all students as well as an integrated humanities course. BHS provides a project-based musical theater program as well as a guitar and band class.

PBS LearningMedia is THE destination for high-quality, trusted digital content and solutions that inspire students and transform learning. With over 100K innovative, standards-aligned resources that span a variety of subjects, teachers can integrate PBS content into their curriculum to help their students make connections on a variety of topics.

The Energy Coalition's K-8 environmental education program, PEAK is designed to empower students with the knowledge to manage energy use in their homes, schools and communities. Through hands-on learning, students are inspired to take action to create a more sustainable world and to explore green careers.

The Academy of Our Lady of Peace is a Catholic, liberal arts oriented, college preparatory secondary school dedicated to the education of young women. Through its college preparatory program, its mission is to empower its students to become knowledgeable in those skills needed to achieve success in post-secondary studies.

Our Mission is to provide inspiration to the next generation of programmers through free or donation-based local, interactive events. To inspire kids, our youth volunteers teach other kids the essential skills and methodologies needed to plan, manage and code a software development project.

Project Cornerstone is a San Diego-based grassroots organization dedicated to educating the public about the importance of local construction aggregate resources (i.e., sand, gravel and crushed stone) used to make construction materials like concrete and asphalt products.

San Diego Coastkeeper protects and restores fishable, swimmable and drinkable waters in San Diego County. We use community outreach, education and advocacy. Our team of scientists, activists, educators and lawyers work with our community and decision-makers to keep San Diego County waters clean.

The California Space Grant Consortium (CaSGC) is California’s implementation arm of NASA’s National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program. It meets program objectives through a wide variety of aerospace-related activities that target pre-college to university level education and learning, research, workforce development, and public outreach.

IEEE, the world's largest professional association, is dedicated to advancing innovation for the benefit of humanity. The IEEE Foundation enables IEEE programs that enhance technology access, literacy, and education; supports the IEEE professional community; and inspires the generosity of donors. The IEEE History Center is the historical arm of IEEE.

Since 1985, ABDO has been a leader in children’s PreK – 12 educational publishing for school and public libraries. We have earned a reputation for providing the best in reading and research for children and young adults. Our goal is to bring new and exciting products to young readers everywhere.

Smart Mind Robotics has been servicing the San Diego Area since 2009. Our programs have currently expanded to include Kinder through 8th grade. We offer programs at school sites, after-school, during and before school. We prepare specific programs for anyone's specific needs and schedules, plus we offer camps during breaks.

Sage Garden Project brings lessons in science, math, and health to select schools through hands-on experiences in gardening and cooking. The program creates receptivity to healthier food choices - a critical link for improving school lunches. Based in diabetes prevention, the program provides the skills for a lifetime of health.

Coronado Yacht Club's Sailing Through STEM Program, based on US Sailing’s Reach Initiative, utilizes sailing as an educational platform, challenging youth to embrace education, and establish a love of learning while exploring productive Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)

San Diego Air and Space offer a variety of education resources that allow you to come face to face with history and technology. It is our hope that our immersive programs will help inspire your students to have a lifetime love of learning.

Birch Aquarium at Scripps is the public exploration center for the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego. The aquarium features habitats of fishes and invertebrates and provides ocean science education through programs designed to help visitors use critical thinking, and to make science relevant to their daily lives.

Science Buddies dedicates itself to helping students from all walks of life build their literacy in science, technology, and the arts so they can become productive and engaged citizens. We reach millions with the latest resources that reflect how to effectively teach these topics, filling a gap in traditional resources.

We make it our mission to spark imaginative learning! Whether you're a parent planning your child's birthday party and after-school activities or you're an educator planning an event for your school, Mad Science transforms science labs into fun and interactive learning that can be enjoyed for hours!

The mission of EIS is to nurture the intellectual curiosity of San Diego’s young people by providing “hands-on” learning experiences to further understanding of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). EIS’ primary goal is to develop a science-literate populace and inspire participation in critically needed STEM careers.

San Diego Regional Science Olympiad is open to students from public, private and parochial schools. The annual competition includes events in biology, chemistry, earth sciences, physics and engineering for students in grades 6 - 9 (Division B) and grades 9-12 (Division C.)

The Reuben H. Fleet Science Center is working to ensure that all San Diegans have access to a lifetime of rich science learning experiences. We provide inquiry-based, interactive science programs for students, teachers, families and adults in Balboa Park, at schools and at a variety of organizations throughout the County.

The Department of Geological Sciences at San Diego State University has an active outreach program to K-12 schools and teachers on all aspects of the Earth Sciences, including Geology, Meteorology and Oceanography. See our web sites and contact us for the possibilities.

Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute is a public, non-profit charity dedicated to providing effective solutions to conflicts that arise between human activity and the natural world. Hubbs-SeaWorld scientists apply sophisticated technologies to seek the solutions that protect and conserve marine animals while benefiting humans and their reliance on marine resources.

UCSD ACSSA provides social/academic events to chemistry students. ACSSA features weekly meetings with faculty or industry speaker who shares their experience in chemistry field. We organize social events letting students and professors mingle in relaxed environment, organize tours to chemistry related places and provide resources to help students find jobs.

The La Jolla Cluster supports excellence in education in all La Jolla public schools by working collaboratively to meet the needs of our diverse student population and prepare them for college, careers and life by providing a rigorous, comprehensive, standards-based curriculum that includes technology, arts, physical education, and character education.

The STEAM Maker Workshop exists to reinvigorate STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) education in a highly interactive setting, designed to engage creativity and unlock natural curiosity. We provide hand-on project based lessons for individual, academic, private and community organizations who are seeking that extra edge.

Franklin Elementary is a K-5 STEAM Magnet School in the Kensington area of San Diego Unified School District. We are located at 4481 Copeland Ave. (92116), (619) 344-3000. As a STEAM magnet, we invite all students to join us for engaging hands-on, minds-on learning.

Two Bit Circus is a Los Angeles-based engineering entertainment company. This interdisciplinary team of artists, inventors, engineers, and entrepreneurs is passionate about reimagining all forms of entertainment. Leaders in immersive experiences across diverse platforms, clients include Amazon, Intel, Cisco, Bose, Verizon the NBA, and Dave & Buster’s.

Civil Air Patrol, the official auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force, is a nonprofit organization CAP volunteers also play a leading role in aerospace education and serve as mentors to the more than 24,000 young people currently participating in CAP cadet programs. For more information visit www.gocivilairpatrol.com

PLTW CA is the California support network for the over 1,000 PLTW schools within the state. We provide teacher training, information conferences, the annual state conference, student competitions, after school programs, school mini grants, teacher professional development, girls STEM events and summer camps for the K-12 STEM students.

Imperial County's STEM Program is designed to make sure local schools have knowledge of the Next Generation Science Standards and the ability to implement them as the awareness stages progress.

The San Diego County Fair is one of the largest fairs in the United States. It attracts over 1.3 million visitors each year. Excellent exposure for students and education the County of San Diego.

Ten80’s team of education and STEM professionals develops and publishes K-12 STEM curriculum, trains educators in the art of STEM and organizes events that motivate students to engage and learn over time. Ten80’s programs are given the highest rating of both exemplary and scaling by Change the Equation (STEMworks).

SDSC is considered a leader in data-intensive computing and cyberinfrastructure, providing resources, services, and expertise to the national research community, including industry and academia. SDSC supports hundreds of multidisciplinary programs spanning a wide variety of domains, from earth sciences and biology to astrophysics, bioinformatics, and health IT.

The American Association of University Women (AAUW) San Diego Branch encourages personal and professional growth in women of all ages. We support scholarship programs and provide community leadership opportunities - all in the context of developing lifelong friendships with like-minded women. We sponsor yearly Tech Trek STEM Camp at UCSD.

San Diego Junior Theatre provides engaging, innovative, high-quality theatre education and productions for children of all cultural heritages, ages, abilities and levels of interest.

We are a public middle school serving students in the North County.

The KISS Institute for Practical Robotics (KIPR) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit STEM education organization that uses autonomous robotics-based technology to provide STEM education programs that include training teachers and mentors while engaging students in collaborative, rigorous, goal-directed STEM activities that highlight academic and career pathways within STEM disciplines.

Enduring STEM achievement gaps disproportionately limit low income and minority student opportunities. The EnCorps STEM Teachers Program recruits, selects and develops the best and brightest STEM professionals, as an innovative, long-term solution to the shortage of high quality, impactful educators for high need communities.

The National Marine Mammal Foundation has a mission to improve marine mammal and human health through research; to serve our nation; and, by sharing our discoveries, to inspire creative thinking and a commitment to ocean conservation in future generations.

Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM) is a world leader in 3G, 4G and next-generation wireless technologies.

Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve preserves, protects, and manages the natural and cultural resources of the Tijuana Estuary by focusing on research and education with compatible recreation and resource use. It encompasses dune, saltmarsh, riparian, coastal sage scrub, and upland habitats surrounded by Tijuana, Imperial Beach, and San Diego.

4-H is the non formal youth development program of the University of California. Staff conduct research and education in the field of youth development. Young people from 5-19 enroll in projects in the areas of science, healthy living and citizenship. The program is lead by volunteers or afterschool staff.

Showcasing the excellence and diversity of the nation's premier research university, UCTV embraces the core missions of the University of California -- teaching, research and public service -- through quality, in-depth television that informs, educates and enriches the lives of people around the globe.

The REC Foundation, a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization, seeks to increase student interest and involvement in science, technology, engineering and mathematics by engaging students in hands-on, sustainable and affordable curriculum-based robotics engineering programs across the U.S. and internationally.

We are the San Diego Chapter of Women in Aviation, International, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing networking, education, mentoring and scholarships for women who are striving for challenging and fulfilling careers in aviation and aerospace. WAISD members include aerospace engineers, pilots, maintenance technicians, air traffic controllers and airport managers.

San Diego Children's Discovery Museum "inspires children to learn about our world through exploration, imagination, and experimentation." We are a hands-on children's museum in Escondido, serving San Diego, Orange, Riverside, and Imperial County families with children ages 0-10 through interactive exhibits and programs focused on science, world cultures, and art.

The RCD of Greater San Diego County aims to protect, conserve, and restore natural resources through education, information, and technical assistance programs. In addition to the Watershed Education Program, we also manage a community garden and fire prevention programs, offer training for garden educators, and promote pollinator health.

San Diego Zoo Global, which includes the San Diego Zoo, San Diego Safari Park, and the Institute for Conservation Research, is committed to saving species worldwide by uniting our expertise in animal care and conservation science with our dedication to inspiring passion for nature.

Tech4Learning creates award-winning educational software and delivers effective professional learning programs. We help transform classrooms into learning environments where students are actively engaged in the curriculum, create original products, and share ideas and expertise with their communities.

In the 100-plus years since its inception, the SDSO has become one of the leading orchestras in the US. It is committed to providing musical experiences of superior quality for the San Diego community and beyond, making music an integral part of the cultural and intellectual fabric of Southern California.

ThoughtSTEM, founded by 3 UCSD PhD Students in October of 2012, started as a tutoring business with 5 students. It has swiftly grown into a nation-wide service that brings students starting at age 6 together throughout San Diego County and beyond to explore, learn, and have fun with computer coding!