Academic Enrichment (STEM, Literacy, Arts, College Prep)
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- STEM (18)
- Tutoring and Homework (6)
- Visual and Performing Arts (1)
Afterschool programs keep kids safe, inspire them to learn and help working families. For every child in a program, two are waiting to get in. We’re working to change that.
research, tools, courses, and kits
K-12 Outreach Activities
The Department of Geosciences is eager to work with local teachers and classes to enhance Earth Science education in the K-12 community. , if you are looking for someone from the department to give a special presentation to your class, assist with developing classroom activities, serve as a science fair judge or advisor, speak at a career day, assist with Science Olympiads, etc.
A variety of materials have been produced within the geoscience department by faculty, staff, students and volunteers. These include field trip guides, lab activities, career resource materials, local geoscience content and related instruction materials. We expect the number and variety of items available for download on this site to increase each year. Please contact us with further specific classroom material requests and/or suggestions to improve our materials available.
The BLM manages a variety of resources in Idaho with an emphasis on recreation, grazing and fire management on nearly 12 million acres of public lands, nearly one-fourth of the state’s total land area.
Idaho local Job Corps location
Each summer the Micron Foundation hosts Chip Camp, a free three-day camp for students completing either the 7th or 8th grade. This camp focuses on hands-on science and engineering activities related to the semiconductor industry. Activities are lead led by Micron engineers and professionals and include a visit to Microns global headquarters in Boise, Idaho.
2018 Boise Chip Camp Dates:
Online Registration for Chip Camp 2018 will be available Monday, April 9, 2018. Registration will open at 8:30 a.m. MT.
Each camp session is held Tuesday Thursday. Students are expected to attend all three days.
Want to major in fun this year, without the homework, tests or grading? Do you want to explore photography or how to travel the world on a budget? Perhaps you would like to get out in nature for a hike or try ice fishing? Keep scrolling to learn more.
The Community Council of Idaho, Inc. (CC Idaho) is a rural-centered, multi-service nonprofit organization that has impacted Idaho communities since 1971. We are now the largest nonprofit serving Latinos in the state. Our purpose is to improve the social and economic status of local communities through workforce preparation, education, cultural awareness, civil rights advocacy, and well-being services.
Employment and training services for middle-high school ages including resume building, interview preparation, public speaking skills, leadership skills, and diversity training. Contact Ric Godina for outreach opportunities to out-of-school sites.
Community Partnerships of Idaho is a multi-service agency providing supports for children and adults of all ages with developmental disabilities and mental illness.
Whether finding a job, building relationships, accessing the community, or learning to become more independent, we are dedicated to helping our participants be successful and achieve their goals.