Curricular Materials

Computer Forensics Summer Academy & STEM CareerBuilder


The STEM CareerBuilder research and development (R&D) project aims to (1) explore what strategic government-university-industry partnerships and (2) study how technology-enriched interventions can encourage and support high school students with their pursuit of STEM education and careers. Multi-tier interventions with age-appropriate, interdisciplinary content, real-word context, and co-educational curricula include: Computer Forensics Summer Academy, mentoring, job shadowing, internships, research fellowships, and professional development.


  • Crime Scene Investigation
  • Fingerprint Analysis
  • Virtual & Augmented Reality

and many more.


Curricular Materials

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Project Curricula Details

Target Setting(s)
High school (9-12)
Target Participant(s)
Youth / students
Girls (or women)
American Indian/Alaska Native participants
Black/African American participants
Hispanic/Latino participants
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander participants
English learners
Students eligible for free lunch or reduced-price lunch
Participants with disabilities
Computer and informational technology science
Environmental sciences
Life sciences
Mathematical sciences