Junior STEM Program

The Junior STEM Program is a monthly after school program for middle school students interested in STEM fields. Each session includes demonstrations, hands-on activities, and engaging presentations. Students learn about a new topic each month, such as biology, astronomy, and environmental science.

2022 DATES: 

  • March 30
  • April 20
  • May 18

Click here to sign up for the next session.

Program Purpose



The Junior STEM Program is intended to supplement classroom material and engage students who are interested in getting more involved in STEM fields. It is designed to teach students about varying STEM fields and give them a chance to engage with like-minded peers.

 The program strives to:
  • Increase students' understanding of STEM skills as well as increasing their understanding of the applications of STEM in daily life
  • Increase students' interest in pursuing STEM careers and STEM related elective classes, subjects, and majors

More Information:



For more information about the Junior STEM Program, please contact Charles Walker by email at charles.walker@temeculaca.gov or by phone at (951)-694-6498.
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