Alliance Connects with Students at EIS Teen STEAM Cafe


The Climate Science Alliance recently joined the Teen STEAM Cafe to talk about climate impacts in our community and how these students can stay informed, get involved, and take action to help protect the earth.

The Teen STEAM Café is a series of free and fun events where teens get to socialize over food and refreshments while learning about science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) topics affecting their lives. The Elementary Institute of Science (EIS), a partner of the Climate Science Alliance, launched the Southeast San Diego STEAM Cafe in 2016 for high school students to explore their shared interests in STEAM. The Teen STEAM Café Leadership team meets regularly during the school year to plan STEAM Cafes for their peers while developing their own leadership skills.

The Climate Science Alliance recently joined the Teen STEAM Cafe to talk about climate impacts in our community and how these students can stay informed, get involved, and take action to help protect the earth. Students and community members had a lively discussion and interactive demonstration exploring climate and what it means for San Diego.

About EIS: The Elementary Institute of Science (EIS) is a nonprofit organization committed to increasing lifelong opportunities for students of southeast San Diego through science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education. Our after-school, weekend and school partnership programs broaden access to quality STEM experiences, foster critical thinking, expand technical skills and encourage students to pursue STEM careers.

To learn more about the Elementary Institute of Science, please visit: https://eisca.org/about/

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