The New Mexico Out-of-School Time Network (NMOST) is pleased to introduce our New Mexico OST STEM Crowd Source Map. This map is intended to be a resource for policymakers, potential funders and other decision makers seeking to understand where OST STEM programs are located in New Mexico. The map is configured to allow program and event administrators to add information about their program or activity to a map that can be used to locate STEM opportunities, and to show where there is a need for such opportunities in areas where they do not currently exist.

The map is intended to capture:


  • Name, location and brief description of out-of-school time STEM programs in New Mexico,
  • Name, location and brief description of recurring STEM-focused events in New Mexico, and
  • Name, location and brief description of STEM-rich facilities like museums and centers which could be resources for out-of-school programs.

Please briefly review the tip sheet for navigating and/or participating in adding locations to the map and then put your out-of-school time STEM program or recurring event on the map!

If you run into difficulty, need something edited after submittal, or wish to report an inappropriate entry on the map, please contact Jeff McConaughy at jmcconaughy@nmost.org.  NMOST would like to thank NM MESA (and especially Kim Scheerer) for helping with testing, providing feedback, and getting a strong, running start on populating the map with STEM program information.


Click the image below to go to the New Mexico OST STEM resource map:


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