August 2022 Newsletter

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Save the Date for the Science & Art Exp

 

Tomorrow is the big day! This Saturday August 13th, from 10am – 2pm is the Southeast Science & Art Expo. Millennial Tech, Groundworks, the Blue Heart Foundation, and Greater than Tech will be at EIS for the Southeast Science & Art Expo. Stop inside for a tour of EIS and and learn more about their programs. Tours will be at 11:15 -11:45 am and 12:15 – 12:45 pm. More activities will be next door at the Valencia Malcolm X Library.

Visit southeastsdsteamexpo.com for more information.

 

Girls Take Flight – Mid Year Update

The 10 high school girls in this year’s Girls Take Flight are in the midst of studying for FAA remote pilot certification, improving their drone pilot skills, and working on their video presentations. When asked about the experience so far, they’ve mentioned learning better study habits, better communication skills, time management, and feeling connected to their community and each other.  Many girls also shared how the practicum has helped their personal growth. Ashley A. from Lincoln High School shared that “Girls Take Flight has had a big change in my life since I started. It’s been difficult, but in a good way more like challenging.”

This year’s Girls Take Flight program (part of our FIRE initiative) has been funded by the American Association of University Women, Bae Systems, The Boeing Company, the David C. Copley Foundation, General Atomics, Macy’s, Nordson, Northrup Grumman, and San Diego Gas & Electric. EIS is grateful for the generous support from these organizations.

Learn more about next year’s Girls Take Flight drone program at eisca.org.

 

 

Thank you Rotary Club of Southeast San Diego!

Earlier this month, we had the opportunity to give a tour of EIS for several members of the Rotary Club of Southeast San Diego. Rotary members support our community in a variety of ways, including helping children born prematurely, providing clean water to parched lands, improving highways, developing harbors, expanding transportation facilities, creating hospitals, building colleges, initiating civic installations, and supporting education. EIS is grateful for the generous and long-term support from the Rotary Club of Southeast San Diego! Join the club at Rotary5340.org/clubinfo/southeast-san-diego!

 

Do You Have a Passion for Education

EIS is hiring another full time STEAM Lead Educator. EIS seeks a passionate STEM educator from a STEM-related field to help lead after-school, weekend, and school-break learning labs for students in grades 2-8. If you want to help increase diversity, equity, and inclusion in STEM careers, we want to meet you!

Support the youth in southeastern San Diego and beyond. Apply today at https://eisca.org/careers/

 

Have you participated in programs or volunteered at the Elementary Institute of Science?
Whether you’re still in high school, college, working or retired, we want to know what you’ve been up to and if you have thoughts about any impact EIS had on your life or career. Please send an email to our Development Assistant, Leah Oviedo at loviedo@eisca.org.

EIS alumni are invited to join our official group to reconnect and stay updated on future reunions. Facebook.com/groups/AlumniConnectEIS

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Use the form below to contact EIS staff, and we will respond as quickly as possible!

Elementary Institute of Science
608 51st Street
San Diego, CA 92114
619.263.2302