Are you passionate about gardening and interested in making a positive impact on the environment? If so, Scicity invites you to join our team of dedicated volunteers in our community gardens throughout the city!As a volunteer in our gardens, you will have the opportunity to work alongside experienced gardeners and learn new skills while making a meaningful contribution to your community. Whether you have experience with gardening or are new to the world of horticulture, we welcome people of all skill levels to join us.
Science In The City Inc. is committed to disrupting intergenerational poverty through STEM Education and Workforce Development. That’s why we’re excited to announce our partnership with Life Science Cares and CURE.
Exposing underrepresented groups to STEM and biotechnology fields is important for promoting diversity and inclusion, economic growth, addressing societal challenges, and inspiring future generations to pursue careers in these fields. STEM and biotechnology fields are critical to economic growth, and ensuring that underrepresented groups have access to these fields helps to promote overall economic growth. By expanding the talent pool, we can improve innovation, productivity, and competitiveness. On Friday June 2nd 2023, 50 high school students will attend the first annual High School Spring Symposium at CURE.
Why are we partnering with RockEDU:
Rockefeller provides biomedical research for high school students in the NYC area. The program is focused on students discovering and developing their scientific research skills. Scicity is partnering with RockEDU because we share a common goal to expose students to opportunities that develop their science identity. Any student who is interested should apply. We believe that grades are not the only indicator of brilliance. Curiosity, consistency and commitment are characteristics that are heavily weighed. Get your application in today.
It was an incredible opportunity to present at the New York Stock Exchange. I felt very accomplished and validated that all the hard work Science In The City has been doing was worth it. It was amazing to be surrounded by such dynamic women and to feel like I belonged in that space. I brought my own authenticity to the panel and it was an incredible experience.
This is just the beginning! There is still a lot of work to be done but I am looking to partner with others because I cannot do this alone. The young people that I work with deserve it. They are our future and we need to invest in them now.
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