Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence (AzCASE) — Shine a light on afterschool STEM!

| October 5, 2021
Lights On Afterschool STEM
October 28, 2021
Lights On Afterschool will take place on October 28, 2021 with a goal of shining a light on afterschool programs, and the impact they have on students, parents, and communities. This year, why not shine a light on the work that your program is doing with STEM learning?
If you’re looking for ideas and suggestions for how to talk compellingly about your STEM programs and put together a STEM-themed Lights On Afterschool event, this webinar is for you!
Hosting a Lights On Afterschool event presents a unique opportunity to showcase the amazing work that you are doing in the STEM world to your community and to the stakeholders that can make a real difference for your program.
Register your Lights On event by October 7 for a chance to win a bundle of school supplies from the Afterschool Alliance!
D-backs and Honeywell Team Up to Inspire Youth, Teachers and STEM Education
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The Arizona Diamondbacks and Honeywell Aerospace are teaming up to inspire youth, teachers and STEM education through a series of community-impact initiatives in a one-of-a-kind partnership through 2024.
“We are excited to continue driving awareness and interest in STEM alongside our friends and partners at Honeywell,” said Derrick Hall, D-backs President & CEO. “Developing talent is an integral part of both of our businesses, and it is thrilling to know that their pipeline can be filled with young fans who visit us right here at Chase Field.”
“Honeywell has long been committed to promoting STEM education, and this new partnership with the D-backs is a perfect way to expand the scope of that reach in the Phoenix area,” said Mike Madsen, president and CEO, Honeywell Aerospace. “Honeywell Aerospace has employed thousands of Arizonans for decades, and we know that developing our engineering superstars of the future starts with supporting STEM education, youth and educators today.”
STEM Report: 1.9M Fewer Low-Income Students in Afterschool Programs
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Every year, millions of students nationwide participate in afterschool and summer programs that help them gain skills in STEM. But even as student interest surges and the programs continue to expand, financial and transportation barriers have boxed many young people out of these pivotal learning opportunities, particularly students from low-income families, a new report reveals.
From 2014 to early 2020, just before the pandemic, the U.S. saw a 1.3 million-student drop in afterschool STEM participation, falling from 7 million learners to 5.7 million, according to the paper, which was published by the Afterschool Alliance.
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