Educators Rising is a free national membership organization for aspiring teachers and their mentors. If you are leading or participating in a school-based program that helps young people explore teaching — in secondary or postsecondary — consider joining Educators Rising to connect with peers and experts around the country who are focusing on the same issues and challenges.
For more information visit the official website at https://www.educatorsrising.org/
Chapters across the United States
National Charity League is a women's only non-profit charity organization that brings mothers and daughters together to serve their community. Chapters are strewn across the United States. NCL focuses on developing young women to become impactful in their community through volunteering opportunities. NCL was founded in 1925 in Los Angeles and still continues its mission of fostering and strengthening the bond between a mother and her daughter through community service, leadership development and cultural experiences.
To learn more about the National Charity League please visit their official website: https://www.nationalcharityleague.org/
The purpose of the IM2C is to promote the teaching of mathematical modeling and applications at all educational levels for all students. It is based on the firm belief that students and teachers need to experience the power of mathematics to help better understand, analyse and solve real world problems outside of mathematics itself – and to do so in realistic contexts. The Challenge has been established in the spirit of promoting educational change, since there are few such competitions at school level.
It is a team competition, over several days, allowing any inanimate resources and requiring a combination of types of maths. Real problems require a mix of different kinds of mathematics for their analysis and solution, and real problems take time and teamwork. The IM2C provides students with a deeper experience both of how mathematics can explain our world and what working with mathematics looks like.
The contest invites countries to choose up to two teams of up to four students with one teacher/faculty advisor. The contest will begin in mid-March and end on early-May. During that time teams choose five consecutive days to work together on the problem. All solutions must be sent in by the faculty advisor, who must certify that the students followed the rules of the contest. Papers will be judged in early June by the international expert panel and winners announced by late-June. Papers will be designated as Outstanding, Meritorious, Honorable Mention, and Successful Participant with appropriate plaques and certificates given in the name of students their advisor and their schools.
For more information visit the official website at http://immchallenge.org
World Mathematics Invitational (WMI) is the first international competition founded by Taiwan. It gathers institutes and organizations worldwide that make efforts in promoting and popularizing mathematics. Through interacting with other math-loving students that represent their countries, students can expand their worldview, experience different cultures, and thus their horizon as well as their future will be broaden.
The WMI Preliminary Round should be held by each WMI member's country or region between January and March. The students in the preliminary round got the Gold medal(5%),Silver medal(15%) or Bronze medal(25%) will be invited to represent the nation attend the Final Round.
School Reach is an activity program in Canadian High Schools that challenges teams of students in knowledge and recall in fast-paced competitions. Each team has four players and a coach and optional substitute students. Teams build upon their skills with Schoolreach game packs within the classroom. In order to compete, schools are invited to play the surrounding areas at League championships; overall winners of each area progress to the National Finals of Reach for The Top, a televised event held annually.
For more information visit the official website at https://www.reachforthetop.com/
The Royal Canadian Air Cadets (French: Cadets de l'aviation royale du Canada) is a Canadian national youth program for young individuals aged 12 to 19. Under the authority of the National Defence Act, the program is administered by the Canadian Forces (CF) and funded through the Department of National Defence (DND). Additional support is provided by the civilian Air Cadet League of Canada (ACL).
Together with the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets and Royal Canadian Army Cadets, it forms the "largest federally funded youth program in the country". Cadets are not members of the military and are not obliged to join the Canadian Forces. The first squadrons were established in 1941 to train young men for duties during World War II. The purpose has since changed to focus on citizenship, leadership, physical fitness, general aviation and stimulating an interest in the activities of the Canadian Forces.
For more information visit the official website at http://aircadetleague.com/