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General Atomics Sciences Education Foundation

The General Atomics Sciences Education Foundation ha estado involucrada en la mejora de la educación en ciencias e ingeniería para alumnos de K-12 desde 1992, proporcionando apoyo externo a empleados, aportando fondos STEM para organizaciones no lucrativas y el desarrollo de recursos educativos. Los fondos se utilizan para obtener suministros y materiales educativos que tengan un impacto significativo para enriquecer las habilidades relacionadas al pensamiento crítico, observación, tecnología y temas de STEM de los alumnos de Ocean Connectors.

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General Atomics Sciences Education Foundation

The General Atomics Sciences Education Foundation has been actively involved in improving K-12 science and engineering education since 1992 by providing outreach support to employees, funding STEM nonprofit organizations, and developing educational resources. Funding is used to obtain educational supplies and materials that have a significant impact on enhancing Ocean Connectors student skills related to critical thinking, observation, technology, and STEM subjects.

Latest Articles

The Whales Are Coming

The Whales Are Coming

By – Amy Knight, Climate Change and Social Impact Scientist. UCSD It’s already December, and to me that can only mean one thing: the annual gray whale migration is underway.…

Becoming an Environmental Educator

Becoming an Environmental Educator

By: Mariana Mireles, OC Education Assistant From Student to Teacher By finishing my undergraduate degree in Child and Family Development from SDSU in the midst of the pandemic, all I…

Environment and Tourism

Environment and Tourism

By Rodrigo Celis Garcia, Biologist, Costa Canuva Nayarit is one of the 8 states that are part of the Bio-cultural Corridor of the Central West of Mexico, this denomination makes…

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