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Educational Partnerships

The Aerospace Museum of California partners with educational leaders, schools, programs, and businesses who are passionate about providing STEM education resources to students.

Contact us if you are interested in creating an educational partnership with the Aerospace Museum of California!

3D Printing Shows

Come watch talented 3D digital artists design, create and print aircraft replicas using our 3D printer!

As part of an experimental internship program surrounding design and technology concepts, American River College seniors and graduate students set up and run a series of 3D printers in the Museum Gift Shop on weekends.

The Soar Program

Under the leadership of NASA Astronaut and Scientist, the SOAR Program is designed to foster an appreciation and passion for STEM education in young students

The SOAR mentorship program hopes to inspire young students towards a lifelong pursuit of STEM knowledge, leading to a career in the industry.

Girl Scouts & Space

Earn your Space Science merit badge and attend our “Space Girls at the Museum” event.

This day long program is designed to help individual Girl Scouts as well as whole troops learn about space in a fun and interactive environment.

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Testimonials

“It’s important to provide spaces for kids to explore STEM fields, especially girls, who have historically been given less encouragement to pursue those fields.”

—Maureen Dickson, Museum Volunteer & Girl Scout Troop Leader

Testimonials

“In recent years, we’ve seen a growing need for STEM education and representation in America’s workforce. We’ll do whatever we can to advance STEM education at a grassroots level, and get these young kids excited about a future in STEM”

— Executive Director, Thomas Jones

Testimonials

“These types of events are just what Girl Scout troops are looking for; a trip to take that’s both educational and fun.”

—Karen Jones, Museum Advancement Director