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Last Friday, hundreds of Ventura County K-8 school children attended CI's Third Annual Science Carnival at University Charter Middle School in Camarillo. With help from the Free Radicals, the student chemistry club, 15 CI students developed the Science Carnival for credit in their CHEM 492 Service Learning class.
The event is part of a broader effort by CI to inspire more Ventura County students to pursue educations and careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), which are vital to maintaining the nation's stature as an innovator and job producer. The Science Carnival is funded with the help of a federal grant awarded to CI that encourages STEM opportunities and outreach.
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