Apply for our Summer Camps!
We’re accepting applications for our popular summer camps now through April 8. Find out more about our SciGirls and MagLab Summer Camp programs.
Research Experiences for Undergraduates
Apply by March 27 for this intensive, hands-on summer research program at the MagLab.
Research Experiences for Teachers
Apply by April 17 for this intensive, hands-on summer research program at the MagLab.
Need materials to carry out a science activity in your classroom? The MagLab can lend them to you!
Need to brush up on electricity and magnetism? Visit our Magnet Academy section, featuring resources for all ages and learning styles.
Resources for Grad Students & Postdocs
We support the professional and career development of early-career scientists during their time at the lab.
The MagLab has a strong commitment to education. Through the Center for Integrating Research & Learning (CIRL), the lab provides educational programming at all academic levels: K-12, technical, undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral.
The high school externship is for students who are participating in their school’s externship program. Only students that are registered in the externship course through their school will be allowed to participate.
A 10-week experience for middle-schoolers living in Leon County, Tallahassee.
Each year we host a variety of camp programs that engage students in STEM fields.
Teachers can plan a field trip to the lab or have a MagLab educator visit their class.
A six-week summer program that gives teachers the chance to do real-world research.
If you are looking for ways to broaden your physical science lesson plans, then the MagLab Educators Club is for you.
FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS & UP
Supervised by scientists, exceptional college students conduct their own in-depth research at the MagLab.
A ten-week summer program that gives college undergrads the chance to do real-world research.
Resources, opportunities and workshops for young scientists and scientists-in-training.
For more information please visit our About Us page.