C’mon, EVERYONE, EVERYWHERE, make history on April 27, 2012, by joining us for the Science Cheer Across the Nation!
Science Cheerleader, in partnership with the USA Science and Engineering Festival, SciStarter, Discover Magazine, and the U.S. Geological Survey, invites you to join us! You can even measure seismic activity in the process.
What: BIG cheer for science and engineering!
When: Friday April 27, 2012,1:30 pm ET
Where: Anchored by the USA Science and Engineering Festival at the Washington, D.C. Convention Center where more than 5,000 people will join in the BIG CHEER FOR SCIENCE . Additional locations will include schools and USASEF satellite events across the nation…where ever YOU are!
Who: EVERYONE, EVERYWHERE! The Science Cheerleaders—current and former NFL and NBA cheerleaders who are pursuing science and engineering careers—will lead the cheer in Washington, D.C., and in select locations across the U.S.
- Kick off the USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington, D.C. and across the nation in schools and at satellite events…where ever YOU are!
- See if our enthusiasm for science can move the Earth! (Up to 50 participating educators will win seismographs to monitor the seismic activity of the cheer in classrooms.)
- Because science and engineering deserve to be cheered
- and, because someone’s got to do it!
Get started right here, right now simply by signing up! Select, interested classrooms will also receive free classroom seismographs. You can also learn more by visiting the Big Cheer site over on our sister-site SciStarter. This is where you can add your maximum shaking number and pictures of your class doing the Big Cheer!
Here’s the video of the Big Cheer to practice with your class!
Are you a cheerleader or coach? Email email@example.com We’d love to talk to you about this, and other, exciting opportunities coming up.
(Want to partner up with us? We’re looking for companies, foundations, media partners, cheer/dance coaches and others who can help make this a success. Interested? Email firstname.lastname@example.org )