for educators and students

The below list of resources for educators and students was compiled from line offices throughout NOAA to give students, teachers and educators resources for understanding the science and tools that NOAA uses to support world-class research. If you have an opportunity that you would like added to this page, please submit the information to

Video podcasts, coral education and outreach, scholarships, and more.
Designed for atmospheric scientists yet available to the public.
News, maps, data, and teaching resources.
Educational resources, the Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network (CLEAN), and more.
Fact sheets, lesson plans, and educational activities related to earth system research.
Scholarships, graduate program partnerships, and postdoctoral research programs.
Information for teachers and students including a media library.
Ocean, coastal, and climate literacy.
Opportunities for educators, students, partners & networks. 
Severe weather learning resources including the new "HotSeat Warning Simulator." 
Education page; learn science and safety with "Owlie Skywarn."
Master list of educational resources, including satellite data and the National Hurricane Center's "Create-a-Cane" game.
Offers programs that give students and the public a better understanding of our oceans and inspire youth to pursue careers in science and stewardship.
Lesson plans about coral bleaching, ocean acidification, and more.
Improving the public's awareness and understanding of ocean acidification through education and outreach.
Nautical chart posters, coloring pages, hand-on activities, and more.
Information about the NOAA Teacher at Sea Program and links to materials for a variety of audiences.
Climate-weather research; marine ecosystem research; oceans and coastal processes research, and more.
 A free, downloadable version of NOAA Science on a Sphere datasets.
Internships, scholarships, undergraduate and graduate fellowships.
Handles NOAA's portfolio of innovations, including patents, patent license agreements, and Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs).
Science days, student days, and more. Educates and supports efforts in the UAS community in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines.