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See you soon!

Registration for the STEM in Motion 2020-21 school year is now closed. Click the link below to join our interest list and be the first to learn about STEM in Motion news and visit availability.

Join the Interest List!

How does it work?

Step 1: Apply

Our tiered application process ensures that we visit a diverse range of schools across the state. When it’s your turn, apply online in 10 minutes or less!

How to Apply

Step 2: Explore Our Curriculum

We have fun curriculum choices based on grade level and subject. Select the lesson that’s right for your students.

Our Curriculum

Step 3: Secure Your Spot

We will contact you if you’ve been selected to be one of the 80 locations we will visit. Then choose your visit date and curriculum.

Step 4: Get Ready for the Big Day!

Learn about what to expect for our visit. We’ll also be in touch to tie up loose ends and answer your questions.

About Our Visit

Step 5: Have Fun!

Enjoy watching your students having fun learning about STEM. Share the excitement with #UtahSTEMBus follow us on Twitter and YouTube.

What will students learn?

We offer 12 unique curriculum exploring various topics, from physics to coding to robotics and more! Explore our curriculum offerings from the Educators Lesson Library.

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Where have we been?

Last year we brought the magic of STEM to 62 locations in 20 counties in Utah. Explore our interactive map to see where we have traveled!

Fast Facts
  • STEM in Motion first traveled Utah in 2016.
  • STEM in Motion will visit 80 locations in 2019.
  • We've visited 62 schools and 10,425 students!
  • 99% of teachers would recommend a STEM visit to other teachers.

Inspiring the next generation of STEM leaders

Students who marked YES that “STEM will be important when I grow up” went from 46% before a visit to 62% after a visit.
Over 90% of teachers said our program introduced their students to new material and provided a learning experience not usually available in their school.
When surveyed, student interest in getting a STEM job when they grow up doubled after a STEM visit.