Member Benefits

Stay Current

Members receive:

  • STEM Spotlight – our monthly newsletter to keep you informed on the latest STEM happenings, events and more.
  • STEM Edge – our quarterly magazine offering a deeper dive into STEM education and trends.

Members are encouraged to submit articles and/or updates to both publications, providing an opportunity to showcase your programs, school, and students.

Stay Connected

  • Reduced registration rates to the annual NCSSS Professional Conference, which allows teachers, administrators and counselors in STEM education to collaborate and develop professionally.
  • Post a profile of your organization or school in the NCSSS Directory. You may include information about your STEM initiatives.
  • The NCSSS Virtual College Fair allows NCSSS member students to meet with top universities to learn about STEM programs around the country.
  • Receive 50% off College Fair table if registered by Sept. 15 (College/University)
  • Receive 50% off Exhibitor table ($2,500) if registered by Sept. 15 (Association/Non Profit)

Stay Engaged

Participate in our year-round Consortium Connects series for interactive conversations and the ability to network with fellow STEM teachers and administrators around the world.

Recent topics include: Equity and Inclusion, Creating a Valuable Partnership for Your School, International Engineering Development Partnerships, COVID Testing in K-12 Schools, and Virtual Learning Across the Globe: Creating a Cross-Cultural Design Thinking Program.

If you’re unable to attend a scheduled session, you can view the recording at a later date.

Saint Louis University is an NCSSS Affiliate Member, and is hosting the 2022 Student Research Conference.

Membership Dues

Associate Members dues are $650/year or $1,200/two years.

*Title 1 schools with 50% or more students receiving free lunch, please contact NCSSS at 515-509-4728 to discuss dues assistance.

Affiliate Membership includes the following types of organizations that have demonstrated an interest in and support for the Consortium:

  1. Colleges and universities
  2. Summer programs
  3. Governmental agencies
  4. Associations and nonprofit organizations

Application Process

Fill out the application by clicking the button below:

If you have any questions about the application process or status, please contact

Ann Flynn, Director, STEM Education Partnerships at

NCSSS Membership Committee
P.O. Box 151738
Chevy Chase, MD 20825