Classroom Visits by
MARCH 10. ONE DAY. ONE HUNDRED CLASSROOMS. IMAGINING THE FUTURE.
What are the unanswered questions in science? What are the unsolved problems facing our community? How can students envision themselves addressing the challenges of our future through STEM literacy and via local STEM careers?
Kick off your Atlanta Science Festival experience by Imagining the Future! On March 10, 2022 local STEM professionals will visit classrooms* in metro Atlanta to give students a sense for how science is done, who scientists are, and what questions remain unanswered. These virtual sessions – by researchers, technicians, engineers, entrepreneurs, and others whose career involves the application of STEM learning – will inspire students to imagine themselves shaping the future as the STEM-literate professionals of tomorrow.
* Visits may take place virtually or in-person, if permitted by the school and agreeable to the STEM professional.
Researchers, engineers, technicians, graduate students and anyone with a STEM-related career: register here to visit a K-12 classroom. Registration deadline is January 31.
Registration is a 2-step process. First, click the button below to register as a Science ATL volunteer, enter general information and sign our waiver. Second, our team will contact you to request some additional information on a 2nd form so we can get you matched with a classroom!
Please view our Frequently Asked Questions for information on what to expect. See our Speaker Guide for additional information including what to do before/during/after your visit, helpful tips, and a sample lesson outline.
K-12 educators: request a STEM professional to visit your classroom here. Registration deadline is January 31, but spots may fill up before then. Click the button below to get started.
We are committed to supporting metro Atlanta schools including: Atlanta, Buford City, Clayton, Cobb, Decatur, DeKalb, Douglas, Forsyth, Fulton, Gwinnett, Marietta City, Rockdale. Teachers from these districts will receive priority consideration. For more info, please view our Frequently Asked Questions, and review the Teacher Guide for additional information including what to do before/during/after the visit, and helpful tips. We will do our best to fill the first 100 requests, but cannot guarantee that we will be able to match every request.
Questions? Contact [email protected]