Participate in school science clubs to learn the basics of scientific exploration. The American Chemical Society offers its ChemClub program at more than 600 high schools across the country. According to the ACS Web site, ChemClubs allows students to “participate in after-school activities, get involved in community building, learn about chemistry careers, enjoy social events, and better understand how chemistry plays a role in our everyday lives.” Ask your science teacher if your school has a ChemClub. If not, start one. See http://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/education/students/highschool/chemistryclubs/about.html for more information.
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