Become a leader in your state for disseminating high-quality science and literacy programming
Leap into Science is a nationwide program developed by The Franklin Institute Science Museum that integrates open-ended science activities with children’s books, designed for children ages 3-10 and their families. The program empowers educators to offer workshops in community settings like libraries, museums, and out-of-school time programs to engage underserved audiences in accessible and familiar settings.
As a Leap into Science partner organization, you are committing to:
- Scheduling and leading at least three (3) Leap into Science workshops for children and families living in underserved rural or urban communities by next spring.
- Posting each workshop to The Connectory, a searchable directory for STEM programs across the country.
- Leading Leap into Science activities during National Leap into Science Week during the last week of February.
- Completing a workshop report following each workshop.
- Participating in quarterly calls with other trained educators in your state.
- Completing an annual survey and possible interview.
Each organization who participates in Leap into Science will receive:
- A 4-hour in-person training on high-quality science and Ongoing support during program implementation as part of a Leap into Science National Network
- Access to the national Leap into Science leadership team and online resources
- A curriculum and materials kit (valued at $300)
- Web-based training on new curriculum themes in subsequent years
Leap into Science is funded by National Science Foundation, and led by The Franklin Institute and The National Girls Collaborative Project.
Visit the Leap into Science website for more information about this program.
Please reach out with any questions you may have to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take the first step to becoming a partnering organization and to qualify for the next Educator Training.
A reply email to register for the for the training will be sent to qualifying organizations.