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Join the Science Action Club!

The Science Action Club is exclusively for middle school youth in out-of-school time, and features affordable science learning kits that foster STEM identity and inspire wonder for the natural world. Loaded with exciting activity plans, STEM supplies, and online training for staff, each kit is designed to minimize administrative burden and maximize youth engagement. Resources are available in English and Spanish. View the Science Action Club video and join the growing SAC network.

Apply today!

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The "3D Printing 4 Everyone" USC Viterbi student organization aims to 3D print educational materials and visual aids for primary and elementary school students around the USC area. Their goal is to both expose students to the interdisciplinary world of 3D printing as well as use their 3D printing capabilities to enhance the learning experience for your students. They want to work with teachers to provide educational models. They will meet with teachers as necessary to provide them with materials based on their lessons. If you are interested, please email them here
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STEP EOP Giveaways

From time-to-time, we give away surplus STEM supplies to the schools in our Programs and Networks. If you are interested in any of the items listed here , they are available for pick up on a first come-first serve basis. You would be responsible for coming to USC to get them. You can email us to arrange a time to pick up the items. We have new items to give away!!
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Code.Org Teacher Professional Learning

Code. org and its regional partner(s) will be providing professional learning for teachers in CS Fundamentals (K-5), Exploring Computer Science or Computer Science
Discoveries, and in Computer Science Principles in California.
 
LAUSD teachers - If you are interested in joining a 2019-2020 cohort, the online application will be accessible through Code.org and will open in January 2019. If you have any questions, please contact Dawn Guest-Johnson at dmg0923@lausd.net .
 
Non-LAUSD Teachers - The Viterbi Adopt-aSchool, Adopt-a-Teacher (VAST) program will host Code.org’s teacher professional learning programs in Summer 2019 for middle and high school teachers who want to teach a new Computer Science course
in their school in the 2019-20 Academic Year. You can apply here: https://viterbipk12.usc.edu/code-org/
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On Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. MST, NCWIT will co-host and participate in a “Showcasing & Encouraging Equity During CSEdWeek” Twitter chat with Expanding Computing Education Pathways (ECEP) and National Girls Collaborative Project (NGCP).

On Thursday, December 6, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. PST, NCWIT Research Scientist JeffriAnne Wilder will lead a webinar, hosted by National Girls Collaborative Project (NGCP): “Bridging the ‘Encouragement Gap’ in STEM +C.” // Register here.

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