Inspire: Strategy 1 Resources
- “VOICE” guide for Ambassadors to Manufacturing
Equipping real people in advanced manufacturing to interact with youth
Classroom Visit Guide that will prepare you to work with students of all ages, including age-appropriate activities for students in elementary and middle school. The Manufacturing Institute created this guide to provide professionals with the necessary information to work with students in schools.
- Dimensions of Success Program Planning Tool
Research-based planning tool developed by The PEAR Institute: Partnerships in Education and Resilience was developed to help after school science providers create engaging and effective experiences for young students.
- Generation STEM: What girls say about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math
A report from the Girl Scout Research Institute summarizes the information on “what works” for girls who are interested in STEM. Use these findings and resources to speak directly young girls.
- Manufacture Your Future
Free resources for grades 3 – 12 to develop key STEM and critical thinking skills in students around advanced manufacturing. All resources are aligned to national education standards. For parents, this Web site offers a career guide, discussion starters and self-paced module to encourage your child to explore the many exciting careers in advanced advanced manufacturing.