In collaboration with Museum staff, students from neighboring high schools volunteer to develop play-based science programs for our visitors. These "Green Teens" are trained by our STEM Initiatives Program Director to share the importance of the natural world and promote environmental advocacy through interactive education programs we call "STEM Explorers." Explore Science, Technology, Engineering and Math through fun, exploratory projects. 

In person programs return to the Museum on Thursdays this Summer! See our calendar for details. Weekly activities are also shared on Facebook and Instagram on Sundays. You can also view the archive of past projects for more STEM inspiration:


The Importance of STEM

Thanks to Our Sponsor

"STEM Explorers powered by Green Teens" is made possible with the support of National Grid.

Get Involved

Interested in becoming a Green Teen? Email our STEM Initiatives Program Director, Claire Flynn, at