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  • 11 Feb 2023 4:42 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Quest 2023 Teacher Professional Development Program

    Full-time pre-K-12th grade teachers in New Jersey,  Professional Develpment:  With $150 Honorarium

    Registration deadline: June 16, 2023 **Limited Space***

    QUEST 2023 is once again in person on the Princeton University campus! The program is designed to enhance teachers' knowledge of science and mathematics aligned with the New Jersey Student Learning Standards in Science and Math. Each session is co-taught by content experts, researchers and lead teachers so that participants develop skills to apply science/math content knowledge in their classrooms. QUEST seeks to increase teachers’ enthusiasm, knowledge and confidence in teaching science and math.

  • 11 Feb 2023 4:32 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Esri Mapping Competition | ArcGIS Online School Competition for US High School and Middle School Students

    Open to all middle and high school students. Contests are run by state ArcGIS groups.

    !!!Cash Prizes!!!

    NJ State Competiton

    Important Dates:

    Pre-registration deadline: March 22, 2023

    Introduction to Making a StoryMap Free Webinar: Tuesday, February 26, 2023

    Program Description:

    Esri invites students to explore a situation in their state (using state competition guidelines) and share the results in a StoryMap. Explore your world!

  • 11 Feb 2023 4:18 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    STEM Enhancement in Earth Science (SEES) Summer High School Intern Program

    High School Students, Summer Internship: Registration deadline: February 20, 2023

    NASATexas Space Grant Consortium, and The University of Texas at Austin Center for Space Research Summer Intern Program is a nationally competitive STEM program for high school students. The program provides selected students with exposure to Earth and space research. Interns will learn how to interpret NASA satellite data while working with scientists and engineers in their chosen area of work.

  • 11 Feb 2023 1:09 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    GSA 2023 North-Central Section Meeting

    When: 4-5 May 2023

    Where: Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA, The L.V. Eberhard Center


    Early registration deadline: 27 Mar. 2023

    Cancelation deadline: 3 Apr. 2023

    57th Annual Meeting of the North-Central Section

    A Meeting in the Mitten: Water, Rock, Wonderland

  • 11 Feb 2023 12:57 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Earth to Sky Summer 2023 Internships.

    Hybrid internship opportunities for early career and college age colleagues.

    Registration deadline: March 1, 2023

    Dear community,

    Earth to Sky is recruiting paid NASA interns for summer 2023! All three internships are for the summer term. They are hybrid, meaning that the intern can choose whether to do the majority of the work remotely from home, or while working in person at Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD with reasonable telework flexibility. Each internship includes a stipend, which is intended to cover the costs of housing and (in the case of remote work) a trip to a NASA center to complete the badging process. If the internship requires other travel, it will be covered by our program. Learn more about the NASA internship program here.

    Please send this along to your early career and college age colleagues! If you have a great candidate in mind for us, please send me a note so I can be on the lookout for their application. We are also glad to answer questions about the internships.


    Climate Interpretation Training Intern: This paid internship at NASA is for an early-career place-based interpreter, such as a seasonal park ranger, no more than 3 years out of college. The stipend is $9000. The term is 10 weeks, from June 5 to August 11, 2023, and there may be an opportunity to extend the end date and increase the stipend accordingly. Working with our unique interagency partnership, develop your climate interpretation skills and your training and mentoring experience! This intern will help us develop our next Earth to Sky climate communication course, which will likely take place in Florida. The intern will also work on a variety of other projects, including their own climate interpretation program or product. Apply here! The application deadline is March 1, 2023.

    Climate Communication and Interpretation Intern: This paid internship at NASA is for a college student who aspires to be an interpreter, such as a park ranger or naturalist. The stipend is $7300. The internship is 10 weeks, from June 5 to August 11, 2023. Become part of a unique interagency community and get experience in climate communication and leading interpretation training! The intern will help develop our next Earth to Sky climate communication course, which will likely take place in Florida. Apply here! The application deadline is March 1, 2023.

    Eclipse Outreach Intern: This paid internship at NASA is for a college senior interested in a career in interpretation (like park rangers), space science, or science communication. The stipend is $7300. The internship is 10 weeks, from June 5 to August 11, 2023. Connect with parks around the country and develop your interpretation, presentation, and science skills! With the help of the Earth to Sky team, the intern will assist parks around the country in preparing for the upcoming solar eclipses of October 14, 2023 and April 8, 2024. Apply here! The application deadline is March 1, 2023.




    Geneviève de Messières, PhD | she/her

    Lead, Earth to Sky Interagency Partnership

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  • 11 Feb 2023 12:46 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Funded, Summer 2023 NSF Undergraduates and Teachers Program Announcement

    Application Deadline: February 24, 2023

    Citizen Science GIS NSF REU/RET Site Overview: This summer virtually through Citizen Science GIS at University of Central Florida, we are pleased to host the 7th year of our National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates & Teachers (REU/RET) Site Preparing the Next Generation of Scholars through Community GIS and Citizen Science. Our in-person program offers fully funded summer research experiences for eight undergraduate students and four K-12 teachers. Participants will be in both Orlando and Belize for the summer as part of the program. 

    Program Dates: June 12-July 27, 2023.

    Program Info & Application Deadline: Learn more about us and apply at: Priority application deadline: February 24 at 5 pm Eastern.

    Wednesday, February 15 Zoom session: Join us at 4 pm Eastern on Zoom to ask questions and learn more about the program. Register in advance:

    Eligibility requirements: As an NSF-funded program, we are open to all U.S. citizens and permanent residents. We are interdisciplinary emphasizing community geography, community GIS, and citizen science through mixed methods, including sketch mapping, mobile mapping applications, focus groups, in-depth interviews, GIS, spatial analysis, and drones. Since 2016, over 70% of participants have been from underrepresented groups in STEM, and from several disciplines including geography, GIS, environmental studies, sociology, anthropology, biology, chemistry, political science, business/economics, education, and more.

    Accessibility statement: Our NSF REU/RET Site and learning community is committed to including and supporting students and teachers with identities that are commonly underrepresented in the field sciences. Specifically, program faculty and staff have experience in supporting and mentoring students with disabilities, and we have partnered with the International Association for Geoscience Diversity ( in this effort.

    Research directions: Work with community partners and mentors from University of Central Florida, Esri, University of Belize, and The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural Historys Caribbean Coral Reef Ecosystems Program. Research Direction 1: Leveraging community geography & GIS to map disparities in flooding. Research Direction 2: Leveraging community geography & GIS to reduce waste and prevent marine debris.

    Funding: $4200 research stipend, $750 for post-REU conference travel or industry visits, technology support, and all expenses covered for 2023 Belize fieldwork.

    Questions directed to:

    • 1.       Dr. Timothy Hawthorne: Principal Investigator, Associate Professor of Geographic Information Systems, 2023 National Geographic Explorer, and Director of Citizen Science GIS at University of Central Florida. Email:

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  • 11 Feb 2023 12:34 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    CLEAN Professional Develpment Webinar Series will take your teaching about climate and energy to the next level.

    Webinar: A New Tak on the Water Cycle Virtual Professional Development. 

    Thursday, February 16, 2023, 1:00 pm PT | 2:00 pm MT | 3:00 pm CT | 4:00 pm ET

    Full-time pre-K-12th grade teachers:  Professional Develpment: Registration deadline: February 15, 2023

    Webinar Description:

    "Water cycle diagrams are widely used by educators to convey core scientific principles about water storage and movement on Earth. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) recently redesigned its water cycle diagram, putting humans at the forefront. The new diagram emphasizes scientific accuracy, design, and usability in educational settings. Educators were key contributors to the design of the new diagram – USGS heard from hundreds of educators about how they use the water cycle diagram in their instruction and incorporated their feedback into the design. During this webinar, USGS scientists will share information about the basis and importance of the new diagram, as well as the science it depicts."

  • 11 Feb 2023 12:20 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Infiniscope Professional Develpment Opportunities "Sparking Curiosity Through Exploration"

    Full-time pre-K-12th grade teachers:  Professional Develpment: Registration deadlines vary based on seminar date.

    "Infiniscope is a NASA-funded project that is transforming Earth and space science education and empowering educators through the creation of high-quality adaptive digital learning experiences, educator professional development, a community of practice, creative tools for designing digital content, and a robust set of educator resources." 

  • 29 Jan 2023 9:55 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    CLEAN Professional Develpment Webinar Series will take your teaching about climate and energy to the next level.

    Full-time pre-K-12th grade teachers:  Professional Develpment: Registration deadlines vary based on seminar date.

    Register for various different climate and energy professional development seminars ranging from "Making Climate Change Connections Across the Curriculum..." to "Exploring Hands-on, STEM-based Energy Activities for the Classroom".

  • 17 Dec 2022 11:24 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Fund for Teachers strengthens instruction by investing in outstanding teachers' self-determined professional growth and development in order to support student success, enrich their own practice, and strengthen their schools and communities.

    Full-time pre-K-12th grade teachers:  Funding Opportunity:  Application Due January 19, 2023

    Apply for an Innovation Circle Grant : Individuals may apply for up to $5,000 and teams may apply for up to $10,000. Fellowships should begin after the last day of school in the spring and be completed by the first day of school in the fall, with all fellowship related expenditures made by September 14, 2023.

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