Educational Resources

We know that STEM education plays a key role in developing the next generation of critical thinkers and innovators, but it can be challenging to find reliable content. The following are recommended and trusted resources for use by educators and families. This list will continue to grow, so please check back.

Programs and Opportunities

Science Near Me offers a wide range of additional STEM programs and events from organizations beyond just UT Austin. See the listing of programs below. Login or Signup to add an opportunity.

The Texas Girls Collaborative Project lists STEM camps across Texas.

The UT Austin Youth Protection Program maintains a list of camps across the university (not STEM-specific).

The Greater Austin STEM Ecosystem fosters deeper collaboration across networks and systems to ensure STEM programming is accessible to ALL students throughout Greater Austin. The learning-centered ecosystem leverages resources supporting STEM education while reducing duplication and amplifying individual organizations and their collective impact.

E3 Alliance is a regional, data-driven education collaborative based in Austin, Texas. We are helping to build the strongest educational pipeline in the country to drive regional economic prosperity. As the pioneer in collective impact, E3 teams up with a broad range of community representatives to work together on achieving lasting systemic change.


The Charles A. Dana Center offers in-depth resources for daily instruction, units and assessment for math and science.

Quest Learning & Assessment  is an online homework and testing resource with a bank of 100,000 high-quality STEM questions and used by 400 US high schools on a not-for-profit basis.

Microsoft has a variety of free curriculum focused on math, skilling and computer science.


The Texas Podcast Network features all of the podcasts created across the UT Austin campus.