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The North Carolina Science Leadership Association (NCSLA) is seeking new members.

  • Are you concerned with the lack of students entering science careers and what this might mean for the future of our economy?
  • Are you concerned with the lack of teacher preparation in science fields?
  • Are you concerned with the future of science education in NC?
  • Are you ready to make a difference?

The mission of NCSLA is to improve leadership in science education in NC both within both public and private schools.

We are always searching for the new leaders of tomorrow. Lead teachers, department chairs, science curriculum coordinators, science supervisors, university professors, state agency specialists, private science education consultants, and business and industry representatives who desire to improve science education are welcome to apply!

Some of your member benefits include:

Network:  Online membership directory and links to social networking to get connected

Celebrate:  Recognition and awards for outstanding leaders and educators

Support:  Professional Development database, spring and fall meetings, and the Science Leadership Fellows Program keep you on top of the latest issues and developments.

Leadership:  Leadership Opportunities database and the option to take on a leadership role in the organization.

Advocate: Resources for contacting legislators and science policy makers to make your voice heard.

NCSLA is the place to express your creative and innovative ideas to improve the quality of science education across North Carolina. Come join us!

  

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NCSLA is seeking new members interested in

  •  increasing the number of students entering science careers
  •  improving teacher preparation in science fields
  •  advancing the future of science education in NC
  •  opportunities to demonstrate leadership

NCSLA Tweets!

Apply for the NC Science Leadership Fellow Program! Details at https://t.co/dtKlx6q82g
RT @SusanHardy96: A line item in the new tax reform proposal could hinder STEM education https://t.co/rRdgMC8QFt via @statnews