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Augsburg Youth Theology Institute invites students to develop leadership skills and put creation care theology and science knowledge into action. The neighborhoods of the world are a series of complicated yet beautiful systems and networks. With the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood as a classroom, you will,

● Practice thinking in systems-both ecologically and vocationally-within spheres of community, home, congregation and school
● Use faith-based environmental STEM curriculum to practice problem-finding and problem-solving
● Apply STEM to greening your church, home, and communities
● Discover and name your strengths
● Explore how your gifts and talents meet the needs of the world

Stewarding Creation in Our Neighborhoods: Science and Theology in Action will explore the ways in which science, theology, and creation care intersect and is for students completing 9-12 grades. http://www.augsburg.edu/ayti/. Application deadline: Monday, April 15. Watch a video about the Institute

This year’s instructor: Heidi Ferris, STEM educator, GrowingGreenHearts.com

With questions, contact Marty Wyatt, ayti@augsburg.edu