Youth Programs

Our School of Education Youth Programs include a variety of activities for P-12 students interested in Education, STEM, Financial Literacy, and outdoor seashore activities.











Future Educators

High School students, visit the Future Educators of Color site for the Thursday, May 17 conference.

Future Teachers of Color Conference

Faculty Dr. Stacey Culleny & Dr. Meg White secured internal grant funding to offer this conference completely free of charge to 9th & 10th grade students of color and their teachers/chaperones.

All materials & lunch are included.

Our partnership with the New Jersey Center for Future Educators makes Stockton a hub for FEA clubs at middle and high schools, as well as a grantor of dual-credit. 

Attention Middle School students interested in Education: Join NJFEA Thursday, May 25 for a Future Educators Conference at Stockton's Galloway Campus from 8:30am - 1:30pm. Registration is free for FEA members and complimentary lunch will be provided. Follow this link to register.

Stockton Partner Middle Schools: apply here for funding to help cover 2022-23 FEA dues.

Future Teachers: Get the Facts about the profession, and review some Myth Busting here. 

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STEM Programs

Our partnership with organizations and schools allow Stockton students to guide children through open ended STEM challenges designed to build creativity and critical thinking skills.

In collaboration with the Atlantic County America Association of University Women, Stockton University School of Education will host Tween Tech '23 on Friday, March 17 from 8:30am - 1:30pm.

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Junior Achievement

Junior Achievement’s Career Success® Workshops at Stockton foster work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills, and use experiential learning to inspire students in our community to dream big and reach their potential.

These opportunities provide Stockton University students the chance to mentor local high school students while building networking and employability skills.

Volunteers serve as table coaches, guiding the participants through a series of engaging, hands-on activities that prepare them for success after high school. You’ll learn by doing– and make a difference in a young person’s life.

Spend as little as an hour, or join the entire seminar!

Junior Achievements is a great project for Service-Learning!

For more information on the Junior Achievement program click here:

Check out these pictures for past Junior Achievement events:

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Hooked on Fishing Not on Drugs

The Hooked on Fishing Not on Drugs (HOFNOD) program provides a great opportunity to get kids involved in positive recreational activities. HOFNOD uses angling skill development as a gateway to teach youth about the benefits of a healthy lifestyle and how to deal with the challenges facing them in their young lives. Participating Stockton students have the opportunity to mentor children, encouraging them to make good choices, to steer clear of drugs, and learn to enjoy the outdoors.

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Stockton Coast Day

Coast Day is all about the beach, and the land and ocean on either side of it, showcasing coastal zone research and activities by Stockton University faculty, staff, and students. Volunteers lead fun, interactives activities and get to engage with students and families from Atlantic City and surrounding neighborhoods. Come join the fun!

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