NASA in your Neighborhood Free Webinar

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NASA in your Neighborhood – getting space science volunteers into your library

February 20, 2019 @ 2:30 EST

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You are invited to participate in a free Zoom session to learn how to get Earth and space science volunteers to come to your library. NASA@ My Library is a national Earth and space science initiative that connects NASA, public libraries and their communities.

On Wednesday, February 20th at 2:30 EST representatives from the Night Sky Network and the Solar System Ambassadors will describe how you can find and engage some terrific volunteers to come to your library to work with library staff and patrons on Earth and space science programs.

Please take a moment to register online for this professional development opportunity by clicking on this link. (If you are unable to attend this webinar we will provide an archived version.)


What is NASA@ My Library - Public and state libraries are working to increase and enhance STEM learning opportunities for millions of library patrons nationwide, particularly those underserved in STEM education. The project helps participating libraries engage public audiences in informal, lifelong learning experiences. NASA@ My Library team members include fourteen State Library Agencies, the American Library Association, the Space Science Institute’s National Center for Interactive Learning, the Pacific Science Center, Cornerstones of Science, and the Education Development Center.

Upcoming Event

Speaker at the Center event with Charlie Meshaw

Speaker at the Center

Join the South Carolina State Library and the SC Center for the Book for our next Speaker at the Center Author Talk featuring Charlie Mewshaw, author of Arcane Carolinas:  Folklore, Urban Legends, and Tales of Modern Weird from the Carolinas and co-host of the Arcane Carolinas Podcast.