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Women in STEM: This resource provided by Bestcolleges.com features unique perspectives from women who completed STEM programs and includes a listing of scholarships valued at over $100,000.

Connecticut Explored, ctexplored.org, is a nonprofit public history magazine on Connecticut history. In addition to the quarterly magazine, their web site has articles from more than 50 back issues on myriad Connecticut history topics and a section for teachers. Teachers may subscribe at a discount. Their new free podcast, Grating the Nutmeg, produced in collaboration with the state historian, offers Connecticut history stories in audio at gratingthenutmeg.libsyn.com (also available on iTunes).

Jewish Federation Association of Connecticut (JFACT) – If schools are looking for Holocaust survivors to speak to students, contact Kathy Fishman at jfact@mcmgmt.com or (860) 727-5771. The JFACT website is: http://jfact.org.

This Business of Fighting: A Human Face on World War II Storytelling for Grownups; Materials for Schools.

Cultural Jambalaya: Cultural Jambalaya, a 501(c)(3) Minnesota-based nonprofit, is a volunteer-run organization that uses international cultural photography to promote understanding and respect for all people. Cultural Jambalaya’s DVDs (free online with login) use photography as a creative teaching tool for educators in the classroom to broaden world views of students by illustrating our diverse cultural backgrounds. Cultural Jambalaya also works with multicultural businesses and organizations as part of their diversity initiatives, and marketing or employee programs.

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