Submitted 21 August 2015 by Minda Berbeco
The National Center for Science Education is piloting a new program this fall to get early career scientists into K-12 classrooms to talk about climate change and evolution!
We are looking for all types of early career scientists, from graduate students all the way up to folks in their first years of their academic positions. The time commitment for the program is low, just one in-class visit and regular monthly social media interactions throughout the semester, but the impact will be enormous. This is a great opportunity for scientists looking to share their work with a broader audience and inspire a new generation of scientists and science-loving citizens.
Interested? Intrigued? Know of a great fit for such a new and innovative program? Perfect! Sign up yourself, share with colleagues or departments who might be interested, and send some early career scientists our way!
To find out more about the program and sign up, visit our website (http://ncseteach.com/index.php/scientist-in-the-classroom/) or contact Minda Berbeco at email@example.com.
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