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In addition to STEM programs, Stanford offers a wide range of learning opportunities including preschool activities, podcasts, virtual field trips and tours, and professional development for all career stages.  Visit the Stanford University Lifelong Learning site for a directory of opportunities.

Subscribe to our mailing list K12 STEM Programs to learn about upcoming programs for K12 students and teachers. If you are a Stanford faculty, student, or staff interested in STEM outreach opportunities, please join the STEM Outreach mailing list.

Upcoming programs: 

The Stanford Cancer Institute’s (SCI) Comprehensive Cancer Research Training Program (CCRTP) is a two-and-a-half-day program (9/18-20) that invites learners of all levels to participate in current cancer research lectures and discussions.  Further details HERE.


Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I know if I got into a program I applied for?

Programs at Stanford operate independently. For status updates regarding your application, please contact the program administrator or contact email directly. You can find contact program contact information on our site by clicking on the program link. Most programs will have specific contacts listed in the program description.

How do I find an internship at Stanford?

There are many internship programs listed on our site. Here are some tips for finding unpaid internships.

Information about Outreach Programs:

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Programs for Undergraduate Students

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Graduate and Postdoctoral Programs

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Programs for High School Students

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Programs for Middle School Students

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Programs for Community College Students

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Undergraduate Students from Other Schools

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Programs for Elementary School Teachers

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Programs for Middle School Teachers

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Programs for High School Teachers

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Programs for the General Public

Subscribe to our mailing list K12 STEM Programs for future opportunities.  If you are a Stanford affiliate, please join the STEM Outreach mailing list.