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Calling all students in grades 7 through 12: Are you passionate about space exploration? Are you fascinated by the power of DNA? Do you love designing science experiments? If the answer is yes, then Genes in Space is for you! Genes in Space is a science contest that invites students to design original DNA experiments to improve space exploration. The winning experiment is conducted by astronauts on the International Space Station! The contest is free and does not require equipment. All you need is a…Find out more »
AFG Member Black Female Project in Partnership with Kingston 11 Cuisine We will provide linked mentoring and career exposure to young women who are traversing through the educational system, while using BlackFemaleProject as an incubator for connecting Black women and other women of color back to young people. In turn, this will create a greater connection with youth and community members. We also want to provide each student with a one-year BlackFemaleProject membership. Please consider sponsoring a youth member for $100. Saturday,…Find out more »
Event Description: YTH Live is the premier youth, health, and wellness conference for trailblazing technology. The event showcases the brightest minds and cutting-edge research to help explore what works, what is mission-critical, and how to collaborate. In its 12th year, YTH Live 2020 will focus on Mental Health, Digital Rights, and its impact on youth. Whether you are an Executive Director, developer, youth leader, innovator, Program Manager, or simply a volunteer, attending YTH Live can help you learn the latest…Find out more »
AFG member Equal Rights Advocates is hosting a screening of the documentary “Waging Change. ” Waging Change is a new compelling documentary about the need for One Fair Wage, as tipped workers struggle to survive on $2.13/hour. About this Event Waging Change shines a spotlight on the challenges faced by restaurant workers trying to feed themselves and their families off tips. Featuring Saru Jayaraman, Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the film reveals an American workers struggle hidden in plain…Find out more »
Located on the Mills College campus in Oakland, California, our internationally-recognized residential summer program, founded in 2001 by girl experts and social entrepreneurs Rachel Simmons and Simone Marean, is a summer camp experience for girls like no other. Our Summer Program combines the best of traditional summer camp – amazing friendships, fun games and evening activities, a powerhouse team of extraordinary staff – with something no other camp offers: workshops centered on building girls’ voice and influence through culturally responsive…Find out more »