ASU Lodestar is again offering nonprofit management courses in Tucson beginning April 1st. The courses are part of a Best Skills in Nonprofit Management certificate and include courses focused on volunteer management, social media, and governance. Courses will be held roughly once a month April through October at Habitat for Humanity on Friday mornings. Click here for […]
The Governor’s Office of Education is calling for applications to the 2016 National Youth Science Camp (NYSC), an annual program that rewards two high-achieving high school students from each state in the U.S. with a fully funded summer camp experience dedicated to scientific exploration. The nearly month-long program centered in West Virginia includes lectures and […]
Several local charities are in the running for a $10,000 prize from Vantage West Credit Union. Contenders include the Arizona Fisher House, the Boys & Girls Club, Children’s Miracle Network, El Rio Community Health Center, Junior Achievement of Arizona, Pima Council on Aging, the Tucson Police Foundation, and United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona. […]
Access to technology is a key issue for anyone with a disability. The Wireless RERC (Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center) is conducting its annual survey to assess and evaluate technology needs and requests those with disabilities participate. The Wireless RERC is a leading voice in wireless technology innovation. Please see the information below and pass it on to […]
From Pima: Hello Community Business partners, We would like to invite you to our Welcome Week Vendor & Business Fair Aug. 26-27 9:00-5:00 at Pima Community College- East Campus. These dates mark the first 2 days of the Fall 2015 Semester. The campus will be buzzing with new and returning students. Space is limited. After […]
The U of A Volunteer Fair is a great opportunity to spread the word about your organization, share information and resources, and recruit volunteers! At the event, you will be placed in the heart of campus, and will have access to over 40,000+ students, staff, and faculty! Our students, faculty, and staff are excited to […]
A series of online grant-writing and management courses are now available from the Lodestar Center with classes beginning in January. The courses are a part of the Grant Development and Proposal Writing Certificate. The first class, Grant Development and Proposal Writing, begins January 26. Advanced Grant Development and Proposal Writing and Federal Grant Proposal and Management begin in March and April […]
Biosphere 2 is accepting applications for the Summer 2015 Science Academy. This is truly an amazing educational opportunity for middle and high school students to immerse themselves in learning and research in a world-class environment. For more information visit b2science.org.
Do you know the difference between signs and symptoms of aging and mental illness? Have you ever wondered whether that moment of “forgetfulness” was a sign of dementia? Just what is typical aging, and when should you be concerned that behavioral changes signal something more? Experts estimate that 20 percent of adults ages 55 and […]
There is no better place to stock up for early fall planting of cold-hardy arid-adapted plants from deserts all over the globe than our very own beautiful Tohono Chul Park. Head over this weekend Saturday 9am to 5pm and Sunday 10am to 4pm, just west of Oracle and Ina.