Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence (AzCASE) — Moonshot Teen Science Cafe Opportunity!

| November 22, 2022

Moonshot Teen Science Cafe Opportunity!
Apply by November 28th
Are you a motivated afterschool site director, specialist, or facilitator already working with teens ages 12-18? Do you serve teens who are underrepresented in STEM careers? Are you interested in collaborating with scientists and engineers in your community? 
Bring Teen Science Cafés to teens ages 12-18 in your community. Support 20 or more teens throughout the 2022-2023 Teen Science Cafe (TSC) program year and help them become Teen Leaders and innovators in their community. No experience in STEM is required.
Selected program facilitators, Fellows, will receive a $2,000 stipend for their efforts.


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