Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence (AzCASE) update for July 13 — Start a FREE Girls Who Code Club Today!

| July 15, 2019

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Start a FREE Girls Who Code Club Today!
Join students and educators across the country by partnering with Girls Who Code to bring computer science opportunities to elementary, middle, and high school girls in your community! Girls Who Code Clubs are FREE afterschool programs for 3rd-5th or 6th-12th grade girls to join a sisterhood of supportive peers and role models and use computer science to change the world. Learn more by checking out their Clubs Overview or by joining an upcoming Girls Who Code webinar
Ready to join the movement? Complete a Clubs application here and check out this step-by-step guide about the process.
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Afterschool Makes a Difference for Middle School Career Exposure in CTE
Repost from Afterschool Snack
“Imaginations are what will carry us to the future, and [for me] Digital Harbor helped to expand it,” 7th grader Jacob Leggette proclaimed in front of the full room at the Senate Career and Technical (CTE) Education Caucus and Afterschool Alliance Briefing on June 25. The briefing, “Making the Most of Middle School Career Exploration in CTE,” put a spotlight on the importance of community partners in career and technical education state planning and implementation. 
Ask An Astrobiologist
The Social Action for a Grassroots Astrobiology Network is hosting a livestream Q & A, “Ask an Astrobiologist” with Dr. Lucianne Walkowicz on July 16 at 10:00 AM (PT). Dr. Walkowicz, an astronomer based at the Adler Planetarium, has done research in stellar magnetic activity and its impact on planetary suitability for extraterrestrial life, spoken about the importance of inclusivity in space exploration and the importance of language in how we develop our space exploration initiatives, and been recognized for their advocacy in the conservation of dark skies. 
Tune in with the kids in your program on July 16 so they can ask their most pressing astrobiology questions! 
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