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STEM Pro Live - US Airways Center

We will be streaming live from the US Airways Center in downtown Phoenix. U.S. Airways is home to the Phoenix Suns, Phoenix Mercury, and Arizona Rattlers. It takes a team of highly trained and creative STEM professionals to reconfigure the stadium and pull off amazing event after event. Get an up-close look at what it takes to be a STEM professional that works alongside the NBA!

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STEM Pro Live - Local Motors

We will be streaming live from Local Motors. Local Motors is a Microfactory that uses designs created by a global community to produce amazing products. They are the home of the first 3-D printed car! You can check them out here. https://localmotors.com
Your students will meet a Local Motors engineer, get a tour of the place and ask questions. All online and without having to leave your school!

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The CEO of Axosoft will be telling his story, showing you around Axosoft and taking questions from students.
Axosoft is an innovative software development company in Phoenix, and demonstrates how interesting and fun being a software developer can be.

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STEM Pro Live - Tiny Houses


MCESA will be connecting classrooms to a STEM professional mentor.

Jared will be broadcasting to your classroom from a self-sustaining house he built. The house is a "little house." If you are interested in this topic you can front load the conversation with this 9 minute film from PBS: http://video.pbs.org/video/1553961054/ ;

 The video is not a pre-requisite. It is just a resource if you want it.

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MCESA’s Second Disconnected Youth Summit


The Maricopa County Education Service Agency (MCESA) and the Maricopa County Public Health Department are bringing people and organizations together to tackle the issues of disconnected youth and adolescent wellbeing.

On Wednesday, October 15, 2014, hundreds of people representing social service, education, business and civic agencies are gathering at MCESA’s Re-Engaging Disconnected Youth Summit to take initial steps to re-engaging our disconnected youth. We will learn from re-engagement experts about what strategies have worked in other areas, both near and far, and look at how to be successful in our own initiatives.

Part 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slO4pz6v0Ms
Part 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5KVFk-EYqm4

SIENA conference

With the nation’s increased focus on college and career readiness, now is the perfect time to update or enhance your skills in this area.  AzCAN’s College Access Professional (CAP) Training is designed to give everyone working with Arizona students the knowledge and expertise needed to provide assistance with planning for postsecondary education.  The four module, on-line curriculum includes readings, activities, and online discussions.  Each module takes approximately 4 weeks and 20 hours to complete.  

The next scheduled training module, “College, Career, and Academic Planning” begins with an optional in-person orientation in Phoenix on Friday, November 7.   

For $40 you can join this cohort and earn 20 continuing education units. Register now, read more online, or contact the CAP Coordinator Jill Zitt for more information.



Women in Space traces the history of women pioneers in the U.S. space program, and features the next generation of women engineers, mathematicians and astronauts — the new group of pioneers who continue to make small but significant steps forward. 

OVEE screening on Wed. Oct 29 at 4pm ET / 1pm PT. (More Info coming soon)



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