STEM Fair Exhibitor/Vendor Invitation Letter
STEM Exhibitor/ STEM Vendor
Dear: Exhibitor or Vendor
Inventors Club Makerspace would like to invite you to take part in our upcoming STEM fair. The goals of the event are to support students in science, technology, engineering, & mathematics. The individuals participating will be families around the community in Dekalb, Gwinnett, & Rockdale County. As an exhibitor/vendor, we would like your agency/company to have some type of hands on activity for families related to STEM. We will be providing a service for kids age 4- 15 years old. You are welcome to display your company information to the community.
For your information, the event details are provided below.
Thank you for considering participation in our STEM fair event.
Inventors Club Makerspace Selected Local Associate to Receive Staples Foundation Grant
Atlanta, GA 8/17/2016 – Inventors Club Makerspace has been awarded $5,000 by Staples Foundation, the private charitable arm of Staples, Inc., through a program called 2 Million & Change that allows Staples associates around the globe to direct more than $2 million in donations each year.
This grant will help support so many of our kids in Metro Atlanta, this will help with growing our computer science program, said Franchesca Thompson the President of Inventors Club Makerspace.
Created in 2012, the 2 Million & Change program is a philanthropic initiative which allows Staples associates around the world to direct funding to non-profit organizations focused on academic education or job skills. The program encourages local community engagement by awarding larger grants to organizations where associates are highly engaged in volunteering or fundraising – up to $25,000 per organization.
In 2015, Staples awarded more than $2.5 million in grants to 875 local organizations in support of education and job skills programs, including job readiness for homeless individuals, career exploration for high school students, academic scholarships, mentoring and more.
“For 30 years, Staples associates have been making a difference in their communities around the world,” said John Burke, chief culture officer, Staples, Inc., "We’re thrilled that the 2 Million & Change program lets our associate make an even greater impact on the organizations they are passionate about.”
Inventors Club is a program designed to provide an engaging hands-on experience for youth age 5 to 14 years old. They plan to improve students understanding in math, science, and technology through interactive programs. Their mission is to provide a powerful learning experience by helping our youth discover their ability through innovative techniques and hands-on learning that will promote creative thinking.
About Staples Community and Giving
Staples contributes to educational and job-related community efforts with a primary focus on disadvantaged youth, from literacy and mentoring to career skills development, through in-kind and monetary donations and grants from Staples Foundation, the private charitable arm of Staples, Inc. Through its community and giving efforts, Staples has helped thousands of organizations in 26 countries. For more information, visit www.staples.com/community
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CONTACT: Franchesca Thompson
Inventors Club Makerspace celebrates its 2nd Mother & Daughter Paper Dress Fashion Show
A paper dress made by a 4 year old girl allows everyone to dream of possibilities.
[Conyers, Georgia] – Calling all mothers & daughters with an eye for style to design a beautiful paper dress on Saturday, April 30, 20126 from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm. All dresses will be designed for each child out of paper. This is the event of the year and will be fun and fabulous for the mother and daughter team. We will watch each mother daughter team produce one of the strongest, modern and beautiful collections of paper dresses of the year. We will provide all the supplies and a lunch for the mother & daughter team. In addition, there will be volunteers to assist each group. In addition, a portion of the proceeds will go to CASE (Campaign Against Sexual Exploitation). This organization is a part of ‘The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children®” and they are committed to spreading awareness about the issue of child safety and working to prevent abduction and exploitation.
This year the Inventors Club will host the Mother & Daughter Paper Dress Fashion Show at Redemptive Life Christian Fellowship (406 Pleasant Hill Rd NW Conyers, Georgia) on April 30, 2016 from 9:00am – 2:00 pm. Ages 4-14 years old. For more details on paper dresses visits http://goo.gl/uHydCJ.You must register at www.myinventorsclub.com.
We are also collecting paper products for this event. If you have any items you would like to donate please email us at email@example.com
About Inventors Club
Inventors Club is a program designed to provide an engaging hands-on experience for youth age 5 to 14 years old. We plan to improve students understanding in math, science, and technology through interactive programs. In addition, we have an entrepreneurial-based program for youth ages 15-18 years old. Our mission is to provide a powerful learning experience by helping our youth discover their ability through innovative techniques and hands-on learning. www.myinventorsclub.com
In 2015, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children will re-launch the Campaign Against Sexual Exploitation. CASE provides tools and guidelines on how communities can develop long-term solutions to the sexual victimization of children. Through CASE, NCMEC and communities can work together to foster safer communities for children and youth. http://www.missingkids.com/CASE http://www.ndaa.org/ncpca_case_campaign.html
Amandla Stenberg On Science, Activism And Her Idols
She schooled the world on cultural appropriation, and even called out Kylie Jenner as an example of it. She took Jaden Smith to prom, and didn't bat an eye when he decided to wear a dress. She has been outspoken about the #BlackLivesMatter movement, and has been called a voice of a generation.
Now, the cooler than cool 16-year-old actress Amandla Stenberg has broadened her activism efforts to include encouraging more young women and girls to pursue their interests in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields.
The Los Angeles native served as the celebrity co-host of electric utility company ComEd’s second annual Icebox Derby Race Day in Chicago on Saturday. At the event, six teams of teenage girls raced cars that they spent the past four weeks building out of recycled refrigerators.
Sitting in a town car before the event, Amandla looked up from her signature black Converse sneakers and floral pants, which were thrifted from Crossroads Trading Co., with a sincere expression -- and she said matter-of-factly that the science behind the derby is really cool.
Amandla -- whose name means “power” in Zulu -- sat down with The Huffington Post for a wide-ranging interview before joining the race day festivities, touching on everything from how to get more girls involved in science, to the power of activism, to where she’d like to go to college and who she admires the most.
By: Inventors Club