SAC Training Network States
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Over 15,000 youth in more than 200 cities and towns across the country participate in the growing SAC network every year. Whether you’re in rural Alaska or downtown Jersey City, there are many ways to get involved.

How to Join an Existing SAC Network

Youth

Expanded learning programs throughout the nation have expedited access to Science Action Club resources thanks to our ongoing partnerships with CalSAC, OregonASK, and the National Girls Collaborative. By hooking into an existing network, you'll have access to all SAC resources, plus professional coaching and ongoing support from a certified SAC trainer.

To be eligible, programs must agree to:

  • Recruit at least 15 youth in grades 5-8 to participate in Science Action Club.

  • Implement all 12 SAC activities per unit during the current programmatic year.

  • Provide reliable Internet access and at least one mobile device per club. Projectors, speakers, and additional mobile devices are strongly recommended.

  • Conduct citizen science activities (included in SAC curriculum) and report nature observations (Internet access required).

  • Track youth attendance and participate in program evaluation activities.

Science Action Club is available at low or no cost to a limited number of programs in a SAC trainer network.

Fees and scholarships are determined based on the size of your organization’s operating budget. Payment options are also available!

Program fees cover your choice of one curriculum kit (Bird Scouts, Bug Safari, or Cloud Quest) and are highly subsidized, thanks to SAC’s generous donors.

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