STEMAP training is offered in four forms:
- Cohort Training: STEM faculty, post-docs, and graduate students apply through a competitive application process. The cohort (20 Ambassadors) receives STEMAP training and staff assistance to identify community groups and implement engagement events. STEMAP staff documents outcomes and impacts of the engagement activity for the scientists and the community.
- Workshops: STEMAP provides workshops of varying lengths at conferences and academic institutions, training STEM researchers or public engagement professionals in the STEMAP process. Participants follow up at their home institutions.
- Individual or collaborative group consultations: STEMAP provides individualized or research group consultations in person or online to create and facilitate evaluation of innovative Broader Impacts and public engagement activities.
- Online (coming soon): STEMAP is in the process of creating online training materials that will allow scientists to learn at their own venue and schedule.