Science and Engineering Activities Offered to Elementary Students
Science Center Outreach and the Center for Community Collaboration invite 3rd to 6th grade students in the Northampton area to participate in 2 hours of fun science and engineering activities at Smith College. The program will run Saturday, September 5, from 3 to 5 p.m. in Ford Hall. See flyer.
The activities are free, but online pre-registration is required (register here). This program is limited to the first 60 students who sign up. The required waiver of liability forms and an image release form can be found here.
Registration deadline: noon, Thursday, August 27. Parents will be notified about activity assignments by Wednesday, September 2.
The Gloria and Wilma School for Organizers
The Gloria and Wilma School for Organizers brings some 50 activists from around the US together at Smith College to explore the potential of using history as a tool to strengthen social justice movements. The School launches the two-year Steinem Initiative, which will "put history into action" by weaving evidence of our foremothers' insights and experiences into current activist work and future movement strategy.
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Smith College Awarded President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for 2014
This recognition is for institutions that reflect the values of exemplary community service and achieve meaningful outcomes in their communities.
Local Press Focuses on CCC's Science Outreach Efforts
Community Engagement Field Guide
Community Engagement and Social Change (CESC) Concentration
The CCC invites students to find out
about the concentration in "Community Engagement and Social Change." This
concentration will help you link what you are learning in the classroom to the
needs and interests of communities locally and around the globe, and make a
difference with your Smith education. Please inquire early!
For information: Refer to smith.edu/ccc/concentration