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Teachers, students: Explore NOAA’s new education website

NOAA Education has a new look, just in time for a new school year.

As students and teachers prepare for a new school year, NOAA is pleased to introduce a redesigned education web portal at NOAA.gov/education. Here you can learn about the exciting opportunities and resources we offer for educators, students, families, and partner organizations. 

Students check out a shark while exploring the San Francisco Bay estuary aboard the R/V Robert G. Brownlee as part of a California B-WET project.

Find out about professional development

Venture to the high seas as a NOAA Teacher at Sea. Get out and explore a marine sanctuary or estuarine reserve near you. Meet your local meteorologist. NOAA offers a wide variety professional development opportunities to help educators integrate NOAA science into curricula and programs. 

Explore student opportunities

Students can launch a career as an earth scientist at any stage with our camps, internships, scholarships, and fellowships. Now you can filter opportunities by audience and opportunity type to find the one that’s right for you. 

Investigate education resources

Prepared by educators and reviewed by scientists, NOAA’s education resource collections are jumping off points into the topics our agency studies, monitors, and manages. Each collection features classroom-ready lesson plans, real world data, videos, and background information to fuel curious minds. We continue to update these resources and add collections, so check back and let us knowoffsite link what you’d like to learn.

Stories, videos, and more

The new education pages are designed to be read and shared. Find out about education stories from across NOAA, watch videos, and listen to podcasts. Connect with us on Facebook (Education & Outreach and Higher Education), Twitter, and Instagram. With our new home on the redesigned NOAA.gov, the world of NOAA is at your fingertips. Explore our education resources, look for student opportunities, and take a deep dive into NOAA focus areas, breaking news, feature stories, and multimedia content. With a mission that spans from the surface of the sun to the bottom of the sea, the new NOAA.gov offers something for everyone.

Explore the new site and tell us what you thinkoffsite link!