About the Sweepstakes
Win Big for STEM Education
CITGO is dedicated to fueling education by encouraging and celebrating imagination and innovation in classrooms across America. Enter to win amazing prizes from CITGO and renowned STEM educator, Steve Spangler.
Imagine having Steve Spangler visit your school or having the cash you need to buy all the best supplies for your classroom. Now you have the chance.
The grand prize includes a personalized, in-school workshop for your entire school staff from Steve Spangler:
Central Region: October 14, 2017
Northeast Region: November 4, 2017
Southern Region: November 11, 2017
Mind-blowing Learning from Steve Spangler
See how Emmy-award winning TV personality and expert science educator Steve Spangler inspires the next generation of STEM educators with these amazing videos, classroom activities and experiment ideas you can try with your students.
See Steve Spangler
FREE STEM Poster and Toolkit
Click below to download and print your STEM education toolkit. The kit includes a beautiful, full-color classroom poster plus a series of STEM resources including STEM ‘Imagination Lab’ experiment ideas, lists of the best STEM apps and books and much more.
Download a free printable version of the entire kit and start using the resources today!
Details About the Sweepstakes Prizing
Three (3) lucky teachers will win a visit from Steve Spangler himself!
Get a personalized, in-school workshop for up to 100 teachers from Steve Spangler, plus a voucher from National School Supply for $5,000 in classroom supplies.
First Place Prizes
Ninety (90) first prize winners will win the chance to learn from Steve Spangler in an online Steve Spangler STEM education course, plus they’ll get a $1,000 voucher from National School Supply for classroom supplies.
Proud to Fuel Education
CITGO is committed to giving back to students and educators across our regions. In the last year alone, through our signature educational initiative called the CITGO STEM Talent Pipeline program, we have awarded more than $1.3 million toward efforts that promote the importance of STEM education and provide educators with the resources they need to help their students succeed in the classroom. Since the program's inception, we have reached 17,800 students and educators.