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  • Douglas-Sarpy 4H Fall Workshop Series
    4:30 pm-6:30 pm
    November 2, 2020

    AIY Vision Kit Pumpkin Pi Party Workshop: October 29th from 430-630pm (8th-12th grade)

    LEGO WeDo Robots Workshop: October 22nd from 430-630pm (K-5th grade)

    Digital Media Workshop: November 12th from 430-630pm (3rd-12th grade)

    UNMC Virtual Reality Workshop: November 2nd from 430-630pm (3rd-12th grade)

    For more information and to register-click here

     

    Contact Mirissa Scholting mscholting2@unl.edu or Tiffany Sessions tiffany.sessions@unl.edu with questions.

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  • 2020 National Disability Employment Awareness Zoom Event
    9:00 am-10:00 am
    November 5, 2020

    Learn how to build an inclusive workforce

    THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2020 9:00 – 10:00 AM

    This NDEAM Event will gain an understanding of workplace inclusion and disability etiquette, discuss talking about disabilities in an interview and reasonable accommodations. Nebraska VR staff members will be available to answer your questions and provide businesses with access to an untapped resource of qualified applicants, support services after the hire, information about assistive technology, and accommodations to keep existing employees on the job.

    Registration required for the Zoom training: https://forms.gle/srui6hvnsKGkUVBh7

    1 SHRM-CP/SCP Certification Credit Available

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  • Project Learning Tree Nebraska: Community Trees
    6:30 pm-8:00 pm
    November 11, 2020

    Learn about Project Learning Tree’s *NEW*
    “Discover Your Urban Forest” Curriculum!

    • NOVEMBER 11 • WEDNESDAY • Register by November 10th**
    • 6:30-8 PM VIA ZOOM • ONLY $5 PER PERSON •

    We are offering a miniworkshop in conjunction with
    the release of this brand-new curriculum. During the
    90 minute workshop session, we will focus our time on
    the “Environmental Justice for All” lesson which
    explores that while everyone has an equal right to a
    healthy environment, not everyone has access to one.
    In the activity, students propose actions to resolve
    various scenarios and then research issues related to
    environmental justice in Nebraska.

    Register here

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  • CSforALL 2020 Commitments Showcase
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    November 17, 2020

    Join the national computer science community for a virtual event around the 2020 CSforALL Commitments on Tuesday, November 17, 2020 at 7:00 PM EST

    During this dynamic event, we’ll announce the 2020 #CSforALL Commitments by our member community and highlight promising new work in response to the impacts of COVID-19 and racial injustice on the computer science education movement. This event will feature celebrity presenters, CS education influencers, a high impact keynote, and more. Our five segments, include

    • Racial equity
      Pandemic response
      Close the gaps
      Design for diversity
      Prepare the solvers

    The livestream link to join will be emailed to you closer to the event.   Register here

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  • WANTO Grant Info Session with Don Bacon
    All day
    November 23, 2020

    “The office of Congressman Don Bacon invites you to participate in a presentation on the WANTO Grant: Women in Apprenticeships and Non-Traditional Occupations.  Congressman Don Bacon will speak about the policies that are encouraging women entrepreneurialism, expansion into apprenticeship, non-traditional occupations, and manufacturing. A presentation of the WANTO Grant will be given in collaboration with Metro Community College. The grant will assist in career placement for women in these roles. After the presentation those who would like to participate in the application with MCC will be given the opportunity to sign up with them for further community collaboration. The goal of this informational conference is to build a consortium of businesses, education centers, and associations from the community of Omaha that will benefit from this grant to give women placement in these non-traditional occupations.

    “Once participants have registered on Eventbrite, you will receive a confirmation email with the zoom link the day before the event.”

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