AIAA has dedicated itself to shaping the future of aerospace and our future includes YOU! We believe educators provide an invaluable service to our community. You are building the next generation of aerospace engineers and together we will inspire students to use what they learn today to innovate and invent tomorrow. If you haven't joined yet: 


The “Boeing Inspires” Youth Engagement Program

Apply for a Grant

If you want to supplement your classroom activities and resources, apply for a grant to fund STEM project supplies.

Classroom Curriculum Enhancement

Enhance your curriculum with our easily digestible Aerospace Micro-Lessons focused on aerospace principles and history. Broken down into grade levels, they spark conversation and interest in aerospace.

Aerospace Careers

AIAA can help you help your students with their educational and professional career path by offering guidance on high school and college preparation, as well as some of the important qualities needed to fulfill their goals.

Trailblazing STEM Educator Award

Be recognized for your passion and apply for one of our Trailblazing STEM Educator Awards, presented annually to three outstanding teachers who have done outstanding work in helping students understand and appreciate the science and engineering behind aerospace, and who have inspired their students’ interest in STEM subjects and brought the real world into their classrooms.

Engage with a Local Section

Meet with aerospace professionals in your local area and discover how they can help with classroom resources and local mentorships.

Engage on our Online Aerospace Platform

Ask a question, give an answer, participate in a discussion, and/or find classroom resources that may be available on this aerospace platform, open to all AIAA members.

Share with Your Students

Inspire your students to join the Institute's new High School membership program, where they'll become part of a community of students and aerospace professionals who participate in aerospace related activities and competitions, and where they'll become eligible for STEM- and STEAM-based scholarships.