S2S STEM Programs

Through Students 2 Science (S2S) STEM programs, students can build a greater understanding of STEM, enhance technical skills, and learn about STEM career tracks. Experiments in our ISAAC and V-Lab programs align with various STEM career industries like chemistry, engineering, biotechnology, healthcare, environmental science, and computer science. The Career Advancement Program then connects students to career exploration and readiness opportunities in those industries.

Our state-of-the-art Technology Centers in East Hanover and Newark, NJ, offer high-tech laboratories outfitted with modern equipment and virtual lab studios to support remote learning in 10,000 sq. ft. facilities, which helps level the education gap for our students.

The ISAAC Program

ISAAC (Improving Student Affinity and Aptitude for Careers in STEM) is for middle and high school students. The program takes place in our state-of-the-art labs for real-world, hands-on, career-oriented STEM learning experiences.

The V-Lab Program

Instructors lead the V-Lab (Virtual Laboratory) remotely and simultaneously livestream into school classrooms. The V-Lab is for students in 5th-12th grade.

All content is aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards.

Career Advancement Program

The Career Advancement Program offers high school students STEM career exploration opportunities, including but not limited to internships, training and certifications, career fairs, and further academic studies.

Our Experts

The experts who lead our signature programs, many of whom have advanced degrees, have experience working in the STEM industry. Volunteers support the instructors in the lab and share their own educational and professional experiences to inspire students. We work with over 1,000 volunteers in programs each year including corporate partners.


For further information on how to bring S2S programs to your school district, please contact [email protected]

For information on how to register for S2S programs, visit our New Educator Registration page.

Visit our Resource Center for high-quality program content, information on STEM career pathways, and many more helpful resources.

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