Student Programs and Resources

Elementary/Middle School

Adventures in Chemistry
Explore Experiments, the Secret Science of Stuff, Games, and learn your Science ABCs.


High School

 

  • ACS ChemClub
    A fun, authentic, hands-on opportunity to experience chemistry beyond the classroom.
  • Chemistry Olympiad
    A Olympiad competition that tests the knowledge and skills of the most talented chemistry students in the world.

Chem Matters
ChemMatters Magazine
  • ChemMatters Magazine
    This award-winning magazine demystifies chemistry with exciting articles, games, and puzzles.
  • Project SEED
    A summer research program for economically disadvantaged junior and senior high school students.

Undergraduate

 

inChemistry Magazine
The official ACS student member magazine featuring special topics in chemistry, careers, professional development, and issues concerning undergraduate students in the chemical sciences.

Student Chapters
Student rganizations for undergraduate chemical science majors who participate in a wide range of programs and activities that enhance their college experience and prepare them for successful careers.

College Planning
Are you thinking about studying chemistry in college? Don’t know where to start? Learn what it takes to earn a degree in chemistry, the benefits of finding a mentor, building a professional network, and much more.

inChemistry magazine
Student Magazine

Find comprehensive info on 40 careers, plus helpful advice on building professional!


Graduate/Postdoctorate

 

  • Planning for Graduate School
    Get on the path to graduate school with our comprehensive guide to selecting an institution and preparing for graduate studies.
  • Grants and Fellowships
    Find research and postdoctoral fellowships, travel awards, leadership awards, and more.
  • Career Planning
    Learn about career workshops, academic careers, networking, interviewing, and more.

Access the most comprehensive database of chemical research and researchers at universities in the United States and Canada, including statistics and faculty biographies.
ACS Directory of Graduate Research