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NASA On Expedition For Minority Astronauts

WASHINGTON -- NASA is inviting potential partners to participate in 
the agency's Summer of Innovation project to engage middle school 
students in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) learning 
activities. 

The Summer of Innovation's goal is to provide experiences that will 
have a positive impact on students' academic performance, choice of 
STEM coursework, degree programs and eventual career path. The 
project is focused on broadening participation in STEM disciplines by 
underrepresented, underperforming and underserved students. 

Through NASA's new announcement of opportunity, the agency seeks 
unfunded partnerships with organizations to help achieve its Summer 
of Innovation goals, reach wider audiences and build national 
interest in STEM education. Potential partnership activities are 
varied. Responses are due by Sept. 3. 

Organizations interested in responding to the Summer of Innovation 
partnership opportunity can learn more by clicking on the "Partners" 
tab at: 
http://www.nasa.gov/soi 





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