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Looking to get involved with outreach but don't know where to start?
There are a number of online resources that offer information, guidance and insight for those involved with public outreach and engagement.
Activity manuals are available to help you successfully lead a K-12 science education activity, which were created from successful HOPES grant recipient activities.
ASBMB offers a large set of How-To Guides that take you, step-by-step, through various outreach activities, such as setting up your own science cafe or writing a press release.
A number of external websites offer great resources if you are looking for outreach content or organizational contacts.
Looking for potential funding partners? Check out our list of some of the most active private philanthropic foundations.
The federal government has a wide variety of programs and agencies involved with informal STEM education that you can explore.
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