Award from Spacecom and the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space Provides Scholarship Funds for After-School Version of Popular Online STEM Course
For the second year, the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS) and the Space Commerce Conference and Exposition (SpaceCom) have presented the Spacecom STEM Award to an organization in recognition of its efforts to inspire students toward STEM-related careers. The 2016 award recipient is the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, which will use the award to fund club member access to an after-school version of Space Station Academy, an online course offered through The Virtual High School (VHS, Inc.).
Judaic Studies Courses Explore Modern Israel via the Hebrew Bible and Questions of Ethics and Justice via the Gemara
New VHS computing certificate program announced as part of White House Computer Science for All initiative