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Kristen Mueller

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Have you read the Pope Francis's encyclical on climate change? Interesting read!

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Share your creative way to pick up trash and protect your watershed using the hashtag ‪#‎WheresMyWatershedChallenge‬.

(Earth Force students from Chance Academy started this challenge to energize and support their community!)

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Join us today for  STEM into Communities: Creating & Cultivating Partnerships to Support STEM Learning. #NSI2014
We are back in the swing of things with another STEMconnector® Town Hall.  In partnership with our friends at Earth Force and the Next Steps Institute, we present "STEM into Communities: Creating & Cultivating Partnerships to Support STEM Learning", September 10, 2014, from 1-2:15pm EST.  The event will be held virtually on Google+ Hangouts On-Air.

Brought to you by STEMconnector® and Earth Force - a national organization focused on engaging youth and communities. This Town Hall features a variety of community organizations who have forged – and maintained – innovative and sustainable partnerships to support effective STEM education. Presenters will share tangible examples and opportunities for creating STEM partnerships in both formal and informal environments including: effective strategies for collaboration and collective impact; building bridges among corporate and community-based organizations, and sustaining partnerships through shared goal setting. 
Don't miss this unique opportunity to engage with STEM leaders from the region and take action to enrich STEM learning in your community!

Speakers include:
-Julie Smith, Director of Teaching and Learning at Earth Force
-Terry Wilson, Director of the Center for Environmental Education and Sustainability, Western Kentucky University
-Staceylyn Machi, Professional Development Specialist, Understanding Science for Teaching Project at WestEd
-Caitilin Olson, CSR Program Manager STEM Initiatives, Tata Consultancy Services

About Earth Force:

Earth Force is a national 501(c)(3) organization. Our mission is to engage young people as active citizens who improve the environment and their communities now and in the future. Through Earth Force and our network of diverse partners, young people get hands-on, real-world opportunities to practice civic skills, acquire a deep understanding of the environment, and develop the skills and motivation to become lifelong leaders in addressing community issues. For more information about Earth Force, please visit or follow us at @earthforce.
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