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How my journey to China began

 

My journey began when in 6th grade my teacher nominated me for a youth leadership conference in Washington D.C., this was an incredible experience for me. I was able to be in Washington D.C. when the president was elected! I learned so much while I was there and it continued to the alumni conference in Boston that I was invited to attend. This past summer I was invited to go to a medical conference in New York City. I chose to attend because I want to go into the medical field when I am older, particularly neurology. At last this brings me to my trip this coming summer to China! I will be going to Beijing, Hangzhou and Shanghai and learning about Global Challenges and Responsibilities of the Future. This is going to be a fantastic experience for me and I cannot wait to share the rest with you. 

 

Get Your Broderson Award Tickets-A Celebration of Commercial Artists from the State of Maine

Get Your Broderson Award Tickets-A Celebration of Commercial Artists from the State of Maine

We are thrilled to have the 2011 show at the historic State Theatre hosted by Myq Kaplan of Last Comic Standing fame. Purchase your tickets and enjoy a night of fine commercial art, good food and even better laughs!

Individual tickets, six or eight top tables available. Hour d’oeuvres are included for both, with drink service at tables only. There will be a cash bar for both.

Purchased tickets can be picked up at the Broderson’s gallery at 611 Congress Street before the show.

See you there!

 

Deatils at Brodersons.com

 

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Google visits Maine to teach educators

Google visits Maine to teach educators

LEWISTON, MAINE (NEWS CENTER) -- Google is offering teachers the chance to use some of its technology -- for free. Some educators got a lesson in how to use these new tools at a summit in Lewiston.

The education team from Google hopes to see the standard book reports evolve into something more modern. Former Maine Governor Angus King says "we've got to start doing education differently because what we're doing now isn't working and yet education is the crucial element of the 21st century." 

Saint Joseph’s College to hold Sustainability Festival and Eat Local Lunch on Tuesday, Sept. 27, 11

Eating local has never sounded so good: maple apple-brined chicken with an apple cider buerre blanc sauce; autumn beef chili with grass-fed beef, butternut squash and pumpkin; Maine oyster bisque; fricassee of chanterelle mushrooms over smashed new potatoes; steamed corn with lemon-scented whipped butter; oven-roasted chicken noodle soup and granola apple crisp.

Go green, eat local and have fun – all at the Fall Sustainability Festival and Eat Local Lunch on the campus of Saint Joseph’s College on Tuesday, Sept. 27, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Environmentally-friendly vendors and nonprofits will showcase everything from hybrid Hondas to honeybees and from composting to conserving energy. The Eat Local Lunch menu features fresh, locally grown vegetables, salads and meats, including many grown at the college itself.

Saint Joseph's College of Maine Hosts Fall Open Houses

Saint Joseph's College of Maine will host a Fall Open House for prospective high school students and their families on Saturday, Oct. 22, from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., at its campus on Sebago Lake in southern Maine. In addition, a Nursing Focus Day will be held Friday, Nov. 4, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and an Athletic Open House will be held Friday, Nov. 11, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Each open house offers prospective students a chance to tour the Standish campus, attend information sessions on the application process and financial aid, enjoy lunch and have the opportunity to learn more about one of the more than 40 majors and programs offered. Saint Joseph's College is located 18 miles from Portland, Maine, and two hours from Boston. For additional information or to register, please call 800-338-7057. www.sjcme.edu/admissions

Fall Robotics Workshop Schedule is Set

STATEWIDE: Maine Robotics has announced it's fall workshop schedule for teachers, parents and coaches who want to get started with the LEGO(r) MindStorms Kit or who are interested in participating in the FIRST(tm) LEGO(r) League here in Maine.

The workshops are being held in 5 communities around Maine, including Falmouth, Auburn, Farmington, Bangor, and Farmingdale.  Participants will spend the day building and learning to program the LEGO(r) robots to do simple and intermediate tasks.  No previous experience or equipment is needed, all equipment is provided by Maine Robotics.

Maine Robotics is Maine's premier provider of robotics and engineering afterschool programs and works with over 1300 students and teachers each year in developing a higher degree of STEM literacy.  We welcome you to come participate at these workshops and join the hundreds of schools and thousands of children in Maine that have become engaged in science, engineering and technology