The project includes high school students, teachers, guidance counselors and school administrators in selected schools for the deaf as well as public high schools with large mainstreamed programs, involved in the following activities:
- STEM-related courses for deaf and hard-of-hearing students that will allow them to receive credit toward both their high school diploma and an associate degree at NTID.
- STEM-related professional development activities for technology teachers.
- Workshops for high school technology teachers and guidance counselors on STEM careers and employment opportunities available to deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals
- Additional training on best teaching practices and universal design for hearing faculty teaching in mainstreamed classrooms that will give deaf and hard-of-hearing students greater access to learning.