STEMschool’s mission is to provide free STEM help to grades 7–12 students and teachers. They are specifically for Tippecanoe County, Indiana, but their website is packed with a ton of resources for both students and educators.

Project Lead the Way (PLTW) prepares students to be the most innovative and productive leaders in STEM by making meaningful and pioneering contributions.

Start with NASA’s chief scientist and then listening to the thoughts and experiences of 2000 current workers in professions through video interviews.

PBS offers resources for STEM educators. Divided into subsections for all grades, K-12 by Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.

The Math and Science Partnership Network is an electronic learning community for the Math and Science Partnership Program offering resources, projects based on location, and a list of STEM conferences.

The PAST Foundation has exciting projects that students, adults, teachers and partners can become involved in. The projects are structured for both day and overnight throughout the summer months. Each program targets a specific audience and is structured to meet the needs of participants.

Rmk has some really cool resources for students and educators.

Weekly online video series uncovers and explains the science of common physical objects. Videos celebrate International Year of Chemistry; available cost-free  to students, teachers and fans of chemistry.