San Francisco Bay Area
For the seventh consecutive year, the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter was invited to send volunteer statisticians to give a 50-minute lecture on careers in statistics to local AP Statistics students.
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For the fifth consecutive year, San Francisco Bay Area Chapter volunteers were invited to give talks about careers in statistics to AP Statistics students at Menlo Atherton High School.
In May, for the third consecutive year, volunteers were invited to give lectures at Menlo Atherton High School. Heather Watson, from Exponent, Bart Burington from Geron, and Doug Okamoto and Chris Barker, both consultants gave lectures to several classes.
AP Statistics teachers at Menlo Atherton High School recently invited several San Francisco Bay Area Chapter members to speak to students about careers in statistics. Chapter volunteers visited the school for the first time in 2011 and were invited back to offer a broader perspective. View photos and learn more about the event.
This year, the Bay Area Chapter inaugurated a two-day workshop for Bay Area AP Statistics teachers August 11 and 12 at Carlmont High School in Belmont. Read on to find out how they did it.