The Office of Educational Programs has opportunities for K-12 students and educators. From interactive exhibits in the Science Learning Center, hands-on labs which connect to
cutting-edge science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) research topics, contests, summer programs, and professional development opportunities for teachers, a trip to BNL will
motivate and excite interest in STEM. Field trips by appointment only.
To make a reservation or for more information call Menzel Smith-Jones (631)344 - 4495 or mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Students - Field Trips, Contests and Workshops
Field Trips Motivate your student’s interest in science by bringing them to Brookhaven National Laboratory, a unique and exciting setting where they can experience real-world science first hand.
Contests Contests enrich the school experience by allowing students to explore topics in-depth. Thousands of local students participate each year.
Internship - High School Research Program (HSRP) Student interns participate in ongoing programs where a BNL scientist mentors a student on a research project during a six week summer session. Students may also work during the academic year, usually to complete their project.
Summer Science Explorations Science workshops for students entering grades 4 through 12. Past topics include engineering, alternative energy, structural biology, environmental science, physics, and more.
Teachers - Workshops and Professional Development
Field trips for your students Motivate your student’s interest in science by bringing them to Brookhaven National Laboratory, a unique and exciting setting where they can experience real-world science first hand.
Professional Development Science workshops for elementary and secondary educators. Past workshops include science fair, molecular ecology, meteorology,
environmental science, and more.
Public - Lectures and Summer Sundays
Public Events Brookhaven National Laboratory hosts concerts, lectures, and other events throughout the year which are free and open to the public. U.S. citizens age 16 and over must bring government-issued photo-identification for admission.
Summer Sundays For several Sundays each summer, the Laboratory welcomes members of the public to its site. We plan days that include visits to our facilities, opportunities to speak with our researchers, special activities for
adults and children, and much more – and it’s all free!