STEM Saturdays update for June 1 — Congrats to Our 2019 STEM Grant Recipients

| June 3, 2019
Congrats to Our 2019 STEM Grant Recipients
Thank you to the many incredible applicants for the 2019 STEM Grant cycle. It’s always inspiring to read about the great work you are doing in your programs and our judges truly had a tough time selecting from this bunch! 
We are delighted to award the following programs with STEM Grants in partnership with Cox Communications:
City of Tempe Kid Zone Enrichment Program at Aguilar Elementary School
Ozobot Evo Classroom Kit
Dysart Community Center, Kids Club El Mirage
My First Robot
Valley of the Sun YMCA, Yuma School-Age Childcare-Afterschool and Summer Day Camp
Mobile STEM Learning Labs
B.O.L.T.S. (Building Our Leaders Through Science), Arizona Kids THINK Too
Building Rockets
FACTS: Camp Iwannago, Flagstaff Unified School District
How Far I’ll Go: 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing
Girl Scouts STEM Programs, Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona
Social Impact & Monthly STEM Programs
TES Steam Summer Camp, Topock Elementary School District
Weather Fun
Hummingbird Robotics, Sonoran Science Academy Phoenix
Making a Difference: Robotic Maker Space for Middle School Students
Earn $500 and a Chance to Go to California!
Sign Up for Engineer for the Week
The Afterschool Alliance is looking for programs interested in participating in Facebook’s Engineer for the Week (EFTW) program for the Summer Sprint Season. EFTW is an immersive, week-long, program that introduces students (ages 13+) to the fast-paced world of engineering. Through project-based experiences EFTW strives to educate and inspire teams of students from all backgrounds on the real-world uses of computer science skills. If you complete Engineer for Week activities with your students and share your opinion with the Afterschool Alliance, you will receive $500 – and the chance for you and four students participating in EFTW to travel to the Facebook campus in California. The Summer Sprint season will run from June 17 to August 23. Each Sprint cycle takes approximately 10-15 hours and can be facilitated at any time during the season. 
Bring Scientific Exploration Into Your Summer Program
National Geographic’s Explorer Classroom connects classrooms (and out-of-school time programs) around the world with National Geographic Explorers, bringing science, exploration, and conservation to life through live video events. Students have the opportunity to ask the explorer their questions directly. Each month Explorer Classroom features a new theme and provides supporting resources for educators. This summer, the Explorer Classroom will connect kids with a variety of explorers, including a session June 5th with ocean and space exploration teams aboard E/V Nautilus, SUBSEA, blending ocean exploration with ocean worlds research to address knowledge gaps related to the exploration of our Solar System. June events are coming up this week and three July events will be posted soon! 
Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence


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