GET-IT Connection Summit – On the Road! Michigan Council of Women in Technology If your students missed our 2020 Connection Summit, here’s another chance for high school girls to develop professional skills and learn from our live IT Panel of businesswomen about technology innovations, careers and educational opportunities in tech.  This event will be a…

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MCWT Robotics Grants Michigan Council of Women in Technology MCWT supports girls in grades 4-12 by offering a series of $500 grants to all-girl teams participating in Robofest at Lawrence Technological University.  Applications being accepted now!   MCWT Robotics Grant Applications – Apply Here

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GET-IT Program – Afterschool Club for Girls Michigan Council of Women in Technology GET-IT stands for Girls Exploring Together – Information Technology. It is an after-school team activity designed to encourage middle and high school girls to consider and ultimately pursue a career in information technology. The program runs from September through the end of…

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Technology Education and Literacy in Schools (TEALS) is a Microsoft Philanthropies program that connects existing classroom teachers with industry professionals to create a sustainable CS program at your school. The industry professionals provide the content to the teacher and the students, while the classroom teacher guides the lesson planning and takes on the role of…

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Code.org The MiSTEM Network is excited to share multiple no cost opportunities to learn about computer science and implement curriculum at your district. Code.org provides curriculum and professional learning for AP Computer Science Principles (HS), CS Discoveries (MS), and CS Fundamentals (Elem). These robust professional learning opportunities will equip instructors with the necessary tools to…

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The Center for Educational Outreach is now accepting applications for the Spring 2021 Young Women Leaders Program (YWLP) cohort. YWLP is an interactive leadership development program that prepares youth in grades 9, 10, and 11 to make an impact on their communities through skill development, mentorship, and service.    While there is no cost to attend, capacity is…

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Test your Chemistry knowledge and win cool prizes! We would like to invite students to compete at the 2021 Chemistry Olympiad. No travel required and participation is FREE!   Registration closes on 1/25 (Monday). Chemistry Olympiad 2021 will be an online Chemistry competition open to all high school students from any UP school or home school. Sign…

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The Dean of College of Engineering invites teachers and students to participate in the spring webinar series, Husky Bites. See her note below for more information! Dear Educators, It is with great pleasure that I invite you and your class to join me—and a dozen Michigan Tech engineering faculty—for our spring webinar series, Husky Bites. Each…

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Join MSTA for Tomorrow’s Interactions Support Series! The Michigan Science Teachers Association (MSTA) would like to invite you to attend our new ‘Interactions’ support series. This series was created to connect Michigan science teachers across the state and to provide a safe place for discussion, sharing and support among peers. Each session will provide a relevant and…

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