One of the best ways to explore career interests is through on-the-job experience. Internships are a great way to see a career first hand, make contacts, create network opportunities, and gain valuable workforce skills for now and further down the road. While some internships are paid, the main focus is real-world experience and connecting with…Details
July 11 – 15, 2011, 9AM – 4PM, Columbus Center, Baltimore July 18 – 22, 2011, 9AM – 4PM, Montgomery College Germantown July 25 – 29, 2011, 9AM – 4PM, Montgomery College Germantown The Young Science Explorer Program (YSEP) is a one-week summer workshop exploring science in Maryland geared towards rising seventh and eighth grade…Details
NASA has a really cool program for students in grade 9 – 12: The Interdisciplinary National Science Project Incorporating Research and Education Experience, which is much easier said INSPIRE. It’s a year-round program that gives participants and their parents access to an online learning community and the chance to compete for The Explorer Summer Experience…Details
Women In Bio has a lot going on for young women in grades six, seven and eight, including an essay contest and cool events at Procter & Gamble or Emergent Biosolutions. Visit their site to learn more or register today! Tuesday, April 5 – Young Women in Bio event: Procter & Gamble, Hunt Valley, MD Thursday,…Details
If you’ve always dreamed of being a dolphin trainer, a veterinarian or an aquarist, then the National Aquarium in Baltimore has a great section on its website for you! The site allows curious students to focus on careers in marine science. They share information about colleges and universities, education requirements for various careers, career paths…Details
Nominate your STEM Educator of the Year today! The STEM Educator of the Year Award is open to all educators who are furthering excellence in the classroom and who are exciting K-12 students about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Nominees can self-nominate or be nominated by others. The final closing date to submit entries…Details
This week at Arundel High School, MdBioLab piloted the new water exploration lab What lives in your Water?. Ms. Hanson’s and Ms. McMullen’s classes ventured to the watershed behind their schools (in the mud no less) and collected water samples to be tested for quality. They tested the water for temperature and pH and filtered…Details
LifeWorks® E-mentoring is a free e-mentoring program that helps high school and college students who are interested in behavioral and social science, biomedical science, dental, and healthcare careers find a mentor. Mentors are carefully screened science, healthcare, and education professionals who volunteer to provide information, guidance, and support as students develop their careers. LifeWorks® E-mentoring…Details
The Jump Start Program will invite 100 rising high school juniors and seniors to participate in a week-long summer science immersion program at the University of Maryland. The program is jointly sponsored by the College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences, University of Maryland and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI). Students considering a career…Details
How to go green: The latest trend in the hip science world is to go green. This means to be as environmentally friendly as possible in order to save energy and protect the earth.
There are hundreds of ways to go green and save the planet one day at a time. Going green includes many aspects of your lifestyle including water use, energy, toxic exposure, waste, food, and transportation. The small changes made by you, can eventually make a BIG difference. Many people have even started to build completely green homes. They have solar power throughout the whole house, have water savers installed, use environmentally friendly paints, and other house-building materials. If you want to go green, the best place to start is in your very own room. Make your little world green in order to one day make the whole world green.
Here are some ideas to start converting your room into a GREEN room:Details