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Angi Chau
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Forwarding from a different network because might be applicable to folks here....

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"I wanted to let you know about two currently open funding opportunities from the County of San Mateo. The first is for 4th-6th grade San Mateo County public school teachers who would like to bring hands-on project based learning into their classrooms. Individual teachers may request a maximum of $2,500; two or more teachers may request a maximum of $5,000. More info at https://hsa.smcgov.org/school-stem-programs. Email STEM@smcgov.org for application.


A STEM RFP for Out-of-School programs that serve 3rd-8th grade youth is also open until July 13th, 2018. These funds support both interactive STEM learning and exploration coupled with exposure to STEM careers and workforce skills. There is a preference for programs that serve underrepresented STEM minorities. More info at https://hsa.smcgov.org/stem-out-school-programs. An Applicant’s Conference is TOMORROW 6/21 at 400 Harbor Blvd. Bldg. B, Bali Room, Belmont, CA 94002 from 9-11 am.

To access the RFP, please visit this website: http://hr.smcgov.org/RFP
From this website:
Find the green box in the middle of the page and click on the RFP Title and you will be routed to the www.publicpurchase.com page where you must register to create an account to be able to view the RFP, attachments, and submit your proposal. There is a free account option."

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I've got another job posting to share with this group:

Nueva's I-Lab is looking for a high school Design & Engineering teacher to join the team for next academic year. You will be working with me (as Interim Director!) and a crew of incredibly talented and dedicated educators with expertise in design, engineering, and computer science.

http://nuevaschool.applytojob.com/apply/C9f3jOLA9c/Upper-School-Design-And-Engineering-Teacher-201819

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Hi all, This is a truly bittersweet moment for me as I have decided to step down as the Director of the Bourn Idea Lab at Castilleja School at the end of this school year. Before I go, I would love to hand off the program at Castilleja to someone fabulous, who will be able to take the program to new and better heights! Castilleja is truly a fantastic place to work and thrive as an educator, with amazing students, wonderful colleagues, and strong support from the leadership team.

The job posting is linked below - we have reframed the job title so the position is now called Director of Making and Engineering (so you no longer have to worry about responding to questions about whether the position is related to Jason Bourne or any movies in the Bourne Identity franchise. 😂)

Since I am not officially part of the interview/search process, I would be happy to answer any questions you might have about the position informally and offline. Please help me share widely if you know of someone who might be interested.

https://www.castilleja.org/page.cfm?p=944105

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Passing along something else I got through email:

The Raspberry Pi Foundation recently opened a Club Program Manager position:
https://raspberrypi.workable.com/j/487562DB27

They’re looking for a passionate and talented individual to help grow their Code Club and CoderDojo programs in the United States. Please forward or post this position to any interested parties. For more information about the role and its associated responsibilities, please reach out to Andrew Collins (andrew@raspberrypi.org)

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Passing along a potentially interesting PD(?) opportunity:

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Please join us for a meet-up on Monday, December 11 in San Francisco for the California Girls in STEM Network. We are part of the National Girls Collaborative Project and support organizations committed to equity in STEM. We will be meeting after the CDE STEAM Symposium from 1:30-3:30 on December 11 at the Children’s Creativity Museum across from the Moscone Center. It is free, there will be refreshments, and we look forward to seeing you there!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/california-girls-in-stem-network-meet-up-tickets-39941868203

If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact me or Leah Henry, at leah@creativity.org. I hope to see you there!

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FUNDING OPPORTUNITY for 4-6th grade public school teachers in San Mateo County - I got sent this email and even though it doesn't apply to me, it might interest some of you? Last year's awardees include a couple of maker ed-related projects!

"We are re-releasing the 2017-18 Math & Science Teacher Innovation grant where 4th-6th grade public school teachers may apply for funds that support adoption of Next Generation Science Standards and/or increase student aptitude in math. These funds support innovation in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education, maximum funding for one teacher is $2,500; two or more teachers may apply for up to $5,000. Please feel free to pass this funding opportunity on to 4th-6th grade teachers and your networks. We would like to reach out to teachers who may not know about this funding or have not applied for this funding in the past."

More info here: http://hsa.smcgov.org/school-stem-programs
Last year's award recipients: http://hsa.smcgov.org/math-and-science-teacher-innovation-grant-awardees-2016-2017

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Passing this summer job opportunity along...

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Stanford Pre-Collegiate Institutes are currently looking for a summer instructor for a Programming with Robotics 3-week summer course.

Would you or someone in your network be interested in teaching on Stanford campus in June/July?

Programming with Robotics Instructor (6/25-7/14 and/or 7/17-8/5)

Please see link below for more info: Please feel free to forward on to potential instructors.

https://spcs.stanford.edu/jobs/summer/instructor

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Castilleja School and Marymount School of New York are excited to announce that registration for Design Do Discover 2016 is now open!

Design Do Discover is not your typical conference. Rather than sitting and listening to presentations, attendees are expected to be active participants and will be working in small teams to design and build projects for two full days. You DO NOT need to have prior experience with the tools of a maker lab, but you DO need to arrive ready to roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty. This conference is for you if you think collaborating with colleagues in a fast-moving, slightly messy, and at times chaotic environment sounds really fun!

Please check our website for more info and link to registration:
http://www.castilleja.org/d3

We hope you (and perhaps others from your school!) will join us for 2.5 days of making fun!

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Hi everyone, I just heard through the grapevine that SF's Excelsior Science Workshop (part of the California Science Workshop network) is hiring. For those who are unfamiliar, CSW sites have been empowering kids to make even before it became a movement. ESW is their newest site in the Excelsior neighborhood with a specific focus on making and tinkering.

It's not super clear from the job posting doc how to apply. I would perhaps call them up (on the phone!) and ask since their website doesn't seem to list an email address: http://www.excelsiorscienceworkshop.org/

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Just got this through email and want to share with folks in case anyone wants to present some awesome maker-ed curriculum!

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Dear Educator,
Your are receiving this email because you either emailed an RSVP to the CJM’s Oct. 15 STEAM curriculum slam and open house or you had a conversation with me at some point about your interest in this subject area. I am writing to share that the application to participate as a presenter in the STEAM Slam is now live!

We are looking for teachers of all grades and all subjects to give short format, lively presentations of STEAM related lessons they’ve taught.  (Think poetry slam but for teachers!) Ideally, we are highlighting a diversity of projects, from complicated and tech-heavy to those of you who are just starting to dabble in this area.  If you are interested in sharing something, we’d love to hear from you.  Please click on the link below for more information and the online application.
Can’t wait to see what you all have to share!
 
http://www.thecjm.org/programs/for-teachers/963-steam-slam  
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
 
I look forward to seeing you next month,
Janine
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