Workshops & Webinars
Student Workshops are field trip experiences to the Katherine Johnson NASA IV&V Education Resource Center where your class of 25 students or less (Grades 6-12) engage in STEM activities with the ERC's Education Outreach Specialists. Workshops are approximately 5 hours in duration (including a 30 minute lunch break). All participants must be United States citizens and if the age of 18 must have photo ID at check-in.
Student Webinars are virtual experiences with one of the Katherine Johnson NASA IV&V Education Resource Center's Education Outreach Specialists. Most webinars are 1-2 hours depending on the topic (some pre-recorded sessions below) and can be arranged specifically for your class meeting time. Any student attending remotely must have an adult supervising nearby to assist with any hands-on activities. See details for each workshop to prepare learners for the experience.
Student Workshop Catalog
Student Webinar Catalog
The West Virginia Science Public Outreach Team (WV SPOT) began in 2013 as a partnership between the Green Bank Observatory and NASA. We recruit and train WV undergraduates to bring presentations about current West Virginia science, technology, and engineering to West Virginia K-12 classrooms, museums, and youth programs. Since then, we have delivered 800 presentations and impacted the lives of more than 25,000 students!