STEM education partners and programs

we cultivate innovative partnerships with education organizations, local governments, local communities and nonprofit organizations that invest in tomorrow’s workforce

<p>chevron invests in education</p>

chevron invests in education

Chevron champions science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education in the United States, in K-12 classrooms and beyond. Through our programs and strategic partnerships, we help students and teachers get the tools and access the resources they need to take advantage of every opportunity STEM offers.

investing in tomorrow's workforce

Take a closer look at our STEM partnerships and programs in the United States.


supporting makers

Chevron partners with organizations to expand opportunities for makers to imagine, design and create.

We’re proud to support the Maker Movement, a global movement that empowers students and adults to create, innovate, tinker and make their ideas into reality. Through our partnerships with the Fab Foundation, Maker Ed, Digital Promise and Nation of Makers, we are providing access to tools and technology for education and innovation.

inspiring young innovators

Summer camp participants practice 3-D printing at the Bakersfield Fab Lab.

The computer shows a rendering of the 3-D image after scanning is complete.

Students practice 3-D printing at the Bakersfield Fab Lab.
Students practice 3-D printing at the Bakersfield Fab Lab.

Chevron and California State University, Bakersfield partner to offer REVS-UP, a summer camp that offers hands-on experiences in STEM for middle school students.

equipping today's teachers

Chevron also supports STEM education by investing in teacher training programs designed to strengthen faculty. Chevron is proud to partner with California State University and provide support to its STEM Teacher and Researcher (STAR) Program, a recognized innovation in teacher preparation.

<p>chevron's support to teacher training programs</p>

chevron's support to teacher training programs

The STAR Program engages aspiring and early-career teachers in cutting-edge research projects, primarily at national laboratories, and helps them translate their research experience into classroom practice.