To earn this disposition badge, high school girls will tell us why they love science, what science they are interested in, and what science fields they might want to learn more about. By completing this challenge, high school girls can unlock the opportunity to attend a career conference at Argonne National Laboratory.
Participate in The Anti-Cruelty Society After School Program, and complete a final project using a technology-based platform such as Prezi, Power Point, or a video editing software. Earn Service Learning Credits, interact with animals, and learn how you can enact positive change in your community. This program runs every fall and spring, and meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30-7pm over the course of ten weeks.
Participate in one of many Humane Education presentations taught by Specialists. These programs are offered for classes or groups at The Anti-Cruelty Society, in a school, or in community-based organizations. Go to http://bit.ly/17gOWq5 for available topics.
You can earn this showcase badge after participating in an 8-week workshop with Hypertext Studio and Columbia College instructor, Chris Rice. During this workshop, you will write, rewrite and practice a body of writing to perform during Story Week Festival of Writers for a public audience.