CSO Featured Blog: How Can Your Role as a CSO Impact Science Culture At Your School?

Guest Author: Karla, chief science officer, Sundance Elementary School, Oct 1, 2016 “I think that my role as CSO can impact science culture at my school by: spreading the word, bringing excitement into my school, and bring new science events to my school. At my school, not many people like science and I want to […]

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Attention All Kid Scientists: Let Your Voice Be Heard by President Obama!

If you could personally share with the President any idea on how to use science and technology to make our country better, what would you recommend? While it may be true that voting age in the United States happens at 18, President Obama now wants to hear from YOU. He is giving any and every […]

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Girls Connect with the Earth

Guest Author: Lisa Herrmann, Co-Chair Million Women Mentors-Arizona Think of Earth Day as a time to get up close and personal with earth – as in soil and dirt! A report from the National Wildlife Federation, “The Dirt on Dirt: How Getting Dirty Outdoors Benefits Kids” provides some compelling data on how playing in the […]

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Funding for Title 1 Schools to Attend Girls Have IT Day!

Are you with a Title 1 school? Apply for bus/sub funding and bring your middle school girls to Girls Have IT Day! Every middle school girl receives a free goody bag and priceless engagement with high school mentors. To apply for bus/sub funding, follow these three easy steps: 1. Register your girls here: http://www.ghitday.org/ 2. […]

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