Tetra Tech launched its Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Program as part of the company’s 50th Anniversary in 2016. During the first year, Tetra Tech and its employees completed 60 STEM events, reaching more than 5,000 people.

Our STEM Program aims to increase our involvement in the effort to help students at all levels, from kindergarten to graduate school, spark an interest in science and engineering. Our employees around the globe are helping advance STEM and share their passion for innovation by completing classroom visits, conducting science activities, providing mentorships, and much more.

By supporting STEM education, Tetra Tech is helping grow the next generation of innovators and problem solvers. Among the students we work with today are the future employees who will continue Tetra Tech’s legacy of leading with science.

To partner with Tetra Tech on a future STEM event please contact STEM@tetratech.com.

Support for STEM

A Tetra Tech employee addresses a group of female engineering students to discuss  innovations in wind technology

Tetra Tech Sparks Interest in STEM Careers

Working with local communities to generate student interest in science and engineering

Tetra Tech Supports Premiere of New Film—Dream Big: Engineering Our World

Tetra Tech Supports Premiere of New Film—Dream Big: Engineering Our World

Helping spark an interest in engineering and promoting STEM education in Colorado and around the world


Tetra Tech’s 2016 STEM Program Results

Tetra Tech’s 2016 STEM Program Results

Shaping the next generation of engineers and scientists, who will help solve the world’s most challenging problems

STEM Event

Tetra Tech Staff Help with STEM Day in Vallejo, California

Volunteering water expertise and donating Tetra Tech’s clean water book for a STEM event for girls

Tetra Tech employees teach high school students

Tetra Tech Employees Teach High School Students about their Local Environment

Promoting science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in our local communities and teaching students about Tetra Tech’s role in the community


Tetra Tech's Leslie Shoemaker at a women in STEM event.

Tetra Tech Joins Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti to Promote Women in STEM

Highlighting accomplished women from around Los Angeles that have pursued science, technology, engineering, and mathematics career

Green infrastructure

Tetra Tech Participates in Lockheed Martin STEM Careers Event

Teaching children about the water cycle and water conservation and sparking interest in future science careers