In addition to the hands-on touch wonder experience the facility itself provides–the Maryland Science Center offers a wide array of additional programming for educators, families, homeschoolers, and outstanding professionals in the science and engineering fields.
Earn professional credits through our Teacher Workshop series, receive free admission to the Maryland Science Center just for being a Maryland teacher, find additional resources and programming to increase your education plan.
Camp-In is an overnight event for children in grades 3-5 (that is, Girl Scout third-grade Brownies and/or Juniors, Cub Scout Bears and/or Webelos, or any organized School/Youth Group in grades 3-5). Camp-In combines an indoor, overnight adventure with exciting, interactive science education.
Each year the Maryland Science Center offers home school programming. Programming in the Planetarium, Learning Lab, IMAX and more take place during these exciting weeks.
The Maryland Outstanding Young Scientist (OYS) and Maryland Outstanding Young Engineer (OYE) award programs were established in 1959 to recognize and celebrate extraordinary contributions of young scientists and engineers in Maryland.
Each year the Maryland Science Center awards two scholarships to Baltimore City Public High School Seniors pursuing post secondary studies in science, technology engineering or mathematics.
Citizen Science projects bring participation in ongoing scientific research into your realm! Contributions of data collected by Citizen Scientists are vital in thorough understanding and documentation of scientific information used in studies and experiments.