Inspiring the Next Generation of Scientists

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Inspiring the Next Generation of Scientists

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#Clorox volunteers go into schools and show kids what's cool about science, math, & engineering. http://bit.ly/11I1kJK

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Danielle Freeman and Josh Frosch coordinate the Clorox Science Education Program in the Southeast region.

Fun experiments are geared to keeping kids interested in studying math and science.

Monday, August 5, 2013 - 11:45am

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This post was written by Danielle Freeman, World Class Manufacturing resource manager.
 
Imagine how satisfying it would be to prompt a kid to say “Thank you for making science something I want to know about again” — especially if you’re a scientist yourself. Clorox employees like me, who volunteer in our Science Education Program, actually hear words like that from the students we work with.
 
Clorox employees have been volunteering as science educators for almost 30 years in the San Francisco Bay Area, but the program expanded to the Metro Atlanta area (in addition to Midland, Michigan) just this year.
 
 
 
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