New X-STEM All Access Episode Coming this Month!
New X-STEM All Access Episode Coming this Month!

What do you get when you add 

X-STEM All Access, NGSS, 

and CASEL Standards?

You get amazing STEM content!
Join us for our next X-STEM All Access episode featuring NASA Climate Scientist Josh Willis, aka Climate Elvis! Get to know Josh and learn about his career studying global sea level rise through a Q&A session hosted by Environmental Engineer and NOAA Research Scientist, Dr. Tracy Fanara! This all NEW episode will be available to watch on September 21 and available on-demand after. All new NGSS and CASEL aligned lesson plans will be available with this X-STEM All Access episode! Be sure to register today so you don't miss out on the next exciting episode!
Join us in September!

Ask An Airman 

Check out the "Ask An Airman" playlist on the U.S. Air Force YouTube page! This playlist contains a wide assortment of questions like "What's the hardest part about your job?", "What's a typical workday like?", "What's the best part of the job?", and so many more! If you have ever had any questions about what it is like to be in the U.S. Air Force, be sure to check out this great resource. 
Ask An Airman
Stay Informed on Exciting Missions, 
New Innovations for U.S. Space Force!
Want to stay up to date on the latest U.S. Space Force news? USAF has a quarterly newsletter for those interested in all things space-defense related! From rocket launches to technological developments, there is no shortage of news to discover. Subscribe to the “Get Updates” Space Force newsletter to receive regular news related to USSF milestones, future developments and all the latest info by signing up here!

National Aerospace Week- September 11-17


Forward to the Moon with Artemis Explorer Activities
Celebrate National Aerosapce week with these NASA Explorer Activities! Play word and number puzzles while you learn about the Apollo mission that first put people on the Moon. Find out about the Artemis mission that will land the first American woman and the next American man on the Moon. The free, printable booklet has mazes, word searches, sudoku puzzles with pictures and other types of puzzles. You can learn about NASA's new Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft. These space vehicles will take humans to the Moon and to Mars.

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Virtual Career Fair
Connect with employers seeking to top talent at the AIAA Professional Virtual Career Fair.

The AIAA Professional Virtual Career Fair easily connects you–in real time–with employers from the comfort of your home or office via desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone. Taking place completely online, the virtual job fair allows you to:

• Explore career opportunities in all areas of aerospace
• Engage directly with employers via one-on-one online chats
• Make new connections and broaden your network
Register here!

Celebrate Aerospace Week with us! 

Check out our diverse YouTube Channel playlist full of aerospace videos that are sure to inspire the next generation!  
Watch our Aerospace Videos Here!

Join us TODAY on Instagram to

hear from Janelle Wellons!

Janelle graduated with a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from MIT and recently started a new career as a Spaceflight Operations Engineer at a space company based in Tokyo, Japan.  She is working on developing operational procedures, testing space link communications and training to be Flight Director for real-time operations on an unmanned lunar mission in this new role.

Previously, Janelle worked at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory as an Instrument Operations Systems Engineer. Through her work she operated spacecraft and scientific instruments at Saturn, the Moon, and our own planet Earth. She was awarded the Bruce Murray Award for “inspiring students to engage in STEM, quenching their thirst for knowledge, and sparking a curiosity greater than the stars in the sky”.

When she isn’t working, you can find her exploring Japan, playing video games, watching anime, and doing outreach for communities traditionally underrepresented in STEM. Follow Janelle on her journey via her Instagram @itsjanellie or contact her via her website
Join us TODAY!

Educators, Join Janelle Wellons for this Webinar! 

How might women in STEM fields connect with Alma Thomas's paintings and inspire your students? Art meets science during this professional learning webinar hosted by the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

Join spaceflight operations engineer Janelle Wellons and horticulturist Abra Lee as they respond to the artist's work.

September 13, 4-5 p.m. (ET)

FREE | Register Now
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