Initial Publication Date: December 6, 2023

Partner with SERC

Our Partners

We work with many different types of partners on a wide variety of project types, durations, and sizes. Since 2002, we've worked with hundreds of researchers, institutions, and organizations working to advance STEM education.

Our partners are individual collaborators, departments and institutions, national and international educator collectives, professional organizations, multi-institutional consortia, industry partners, and more. In our partnerships we hold varied roles: we lead with community organization and project management, work alongside partners in creating resources, and support partners through administrative, evaluation, and technical services. Our partners bring expertise from all education settings (K-12, informal and formal community education, undergraduate, graduate, and more) and a wide array of academic disciplines, coming with varied and often interdisciplinary areas of focus.

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How to Work with Us

Partner with Us on a Project

We work as primary investigators, senior personnel, collaborators and contractors, leading or supporting partners on projects . If you have an idea or project, reach out to learn more about how to partner with SERC. Contact us with your project inquiry to begin the conversation.

Learn About the Types of Projects We Lead and Support

Learn About Our Expertise and What We Can Bring to a Partnership

Participate in a Workshop, Conference, or Program

You can join our community of educators for in-person and virtual workshops, webinars, and conferences as a participant or program contributor. Stay updated on new opportunities to participate and contribute by checking our News or by joining an email list.

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Contribute Resources to our Online Collections

Share your teaching activities and educational resources online in one of our collections to make it searchable across the Serckit platform.

Share a Teaching Activity Through the Pedagogy in Action Portal

Contribute an Earth-focused Teaching Activity to the Teach the Earth Collection