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Scientific community/Science communication/Science advocacy

Science touches lives every day. It drives the innovation and discovery that help us understand and interact with the world around us.

The resources in this toolkit will help you engage, educate and be a force for science. Inspire the next generation of STEM professionals, further understanding among the scientific community and other groups, strengthen collaboration and increase public understanding of science and its impact.

Whether you are an experienced advocate or getting involved for the first time, you’ll find something that matches your interests and fits your schedule. Explore the opportunities below and check back often to learn about new ways to stand up for science.

Many alumni of the AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships program go on to become deeply embedded in the development of U.S. science policy, according to a new report.

U.S.-based universities and scientific/engineering societies who are “Sponsoring Institutions” may sponsor and fund between 1-4 students to attend the CASE workshop each year. A student must be sponsored and funded by their scientific society or their university in order to attend the workshop.