Mission Statement

A not-for-profit foundation that operates in the public interest to encourage a prosperous, sustainable future through education and experience in engineering, science, technology and innovation.

The foundation believes that technological advances should be driven by the needs of humanity and that an inspired knowledge of science, engineering and technology can positively influence quality of life, career options for young people, and the prospects of future generations.

Because life’s inspirations begin in childhood, the foundation will support children in their discovery, appreciation and enjoyment of science and technology by providing resources, experiences and learning opportunities.

Monday, October 17, 2011

Career Day and Mentoring

The GRLIC would like to announce the join effort to bring Mentoring to students at RCS. GRLIC, RCS and Upstate Medical University will be hosting an evening of career discussion on November 2, 2011 from 5:30 to 8:30. Speakers from many different occupation will be giving short presentations and then hosting a question and answer discussion. This evening is open to parents, teachers, and students. There will also be information on Financial aid for college and some colleges representatives. If you would like more information please contact Jenn Schuman at 607-326-4754 or RCS at 607-326-4151.

Friday, October 7, 2011

GEO Fun ll, This weekend at Plattepalooza!

http://www.plattekill.com/summer/images/plattepalooza%20new%20flyer.jpg GRLIC will be at Plattepalooza with Popcorn and t-shirt sales! Join us for some GEOFUN and win prizes from Tubing tickets to t-shirts to bubble guns! Fun for the whole family and lots of great food too!

Madalyn & Students from RCS take Garden on the Road for Health

Madalyn Warren, Garden Director at RCS, took the garden on the road for health this week. Madalyn and students from RCS spent time on Thursday, October 6 at the Margaretville Health Fair. Students made posters and arranged a table. Students shared their experiences in the garden. Students also shared their knowledge of healthy eating from the garden.