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Recognizing ACS local sections, divisions and other volunteers for their work in promoting chemistry.
Network with other chemists in your local area.
The ACS local sections provide personal connections and networking, with the backing of a global organization, its vast resources and a membership of over 151,000.
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Meet and network with chemists from your local community, get job leads and find a mentor.
Local sections enhance your professional development.
Local sections offer a number of leadership opportunities that will help you improve your skills.
Local section pubic outreach events including NCW, Chemists Celebrate Earth Week allow you to demonstrate your passion for chemistry
Support the next generation of scientists and contribute to public’s understanding of chemistry
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Contact your local section for other outreach activities.
Project SEED (Summer Experiences for the Economically Disadvantaged) is a paid summer internship program for high school students.
ACS Scholars program awards scholarships to underrepresented minority students majoring in chemistry
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