Frost Science provides STEM professionals with resources and products to enhance their skills and science learning impact, and also share their expertise and passion for science with a broad audience.

Science Communication Fellows

Join an elite group of scientists and researchers as a fellow in our Science Communication Program, which is based on a NSF- and IMLS-funded communication initiative. Fellows receive science communication training and gain vital experience presenting their research to diverse audiences.

Special Event Opportunities

Share your expertise and participate in special events including our Science Up Close evening event series, our citizen science program, and signature events such as the Miami Underwater Festival.

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers, especially those with high-level expertise in the sciences, enrich the guest experience at Frost Science. Special opportunities for STEM professionals include sharing your science and technology knowledge as an exhibit docent or tech volunteer, or leading one of our citizen science initiatives.

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CappSci Inventors

Get a behind-the-scenes look at how science works, and how it takes on the challenges of the 21st century, with the CappSci Inventors in the Knight Learning Center. CappSci Inventors, a science prize competition and residency program, chooses winning early-stage inventions that have both a local relevance, and a global significance in their potential impact.

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ECHOS® is a comprehensive, hands-on interactive early childhood science curriculum designed for small groups of children, and aligned with preschool science standards. The curriculum is research-based and scripted to facilitate guided inquiry and increases teachers’ comfort level with science. ECHOS® not only explores science, but provides a foundation for children’s critical thinking.

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APEX Science

APEX Science brings the excitement of hands-on science exploration to children in afterschool programs. Developed by Frost Science with funding from National Science Foundation, and focusing on children in grades K through five, the 32 inquiry-based lessons strengthen understanding of core concepts in physical sciences, life sciences, earth and space sciences and engineering. APEX also introduces learners to the methods scientists and engineers use to solve real-world problems. The curriculum includes a training model for facilitators providing afterschool care.

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Girls RISEnet, a partnership between Frost Science, the Association of Science-Technology Centers, SECME, Inc., and a network of 10 science centers, strengthened the professional capacity of informal science educators to engage and motivate minority girls in grades six through 12 to explore and pursue science and engineering careers. The project addressed the national need to cultivate diversity in preparing the next generation of female scientists and engineers. The project website includes related research and science and engineering activities.