2023 STEM Summer Institute July 31- Aug 2
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Who should attend? K-12 educators, out-of-school time providers, curriculum coordinators, post-secondary students, and anyone interested in gaining ideas and resources to enhance STEM instruction.
Montana State University centers and institutes, non-profit organizations, and businesses that serve the educational community are invited to become exhibitors/sponsors. Share your resources with STEM teachers from across the state of Montana.
Exhibitor booths start at just $275 and include three days of network with educators who advance STEM in and out of the classroom. The conference includes many breaks and raffle prizes to keep the exhibit hall lively and engaging.
- The STEM Summer Institute is hosted by the MSU Science Math Resource Center and School Services of Montana. Learn more about SSI
- Learn more about becoming an exhibitor/sponsor
- Questions? Contact us at (406) 994-7476 or [email protected]
HIGHLIGHTS from the 2022 Montana STEM Summer Institute July 25-27, 2022.
Educators from across Montana attended the 4th annual event, hosted by School Services of Montana and the MSU Science Math Resource Center. From the hands-on STEM learning and resources to the powerful teacher panel and keynote, the summer institute was a big success!
“The 2022 Montana STEM conference was fantastic. I really learned a lot of practical ideas that I can take back to the classroom. The instructors were very knowledgeable and helpful and I found a renewed interest in Science that I had lost as a student, years ago. I look forward to attending again and letting others know about this great opportunity.” - Charlie Struna, Missoula County Public Schools Middle School Librarian & 8th grade Math teacher
“This STEM conference was top notch! There were so many great resources and activities that I will take back to the classroom this year. I highly recommend this professional learning for all K-12 teachers.” - Lynette Conrad, 1st grade teacher, Anderson School