The Virginia Air & Space Center (VASC), in collaboration with the Institute for Learning Innovation (Institute), will conduct a two-year, fully immersive, multi-platform STEM education engagement program and research study. The purpose of the research is to investigate whether it is possible through a comprehensive set of STEM interventions to influence the STEM engagement, workforce awareness, and positive attitudes toward STEM of fourth- and fifth-grade children. VASC and the Institute will provide the student participants with multiple opportunities to learn and embrace STEM content in different ways, through multiple touch points in STEM education, including educational outreach and numerous field trips to VASC and other informal STEM institutions, STEM coach engagement and support through a STEM ambassadorship, and family and out-of-school time engagement. Collectively, these strategies represent a complete 360 degree learning environment--STEM 360. The research will involve a longitudinal investigation of a cohort of 1,500 fourth graders from across Hampton Roads, from the commencement of their fourth grade year to the end of fifth grade.