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Guerrilla Skepticism on Wikipedia (GSoW) worked with the Coral Academy of Science STEM School in Las Vegas to bring over twenty of their students and teachers. Working with CSI/CFI, the GSoW people launched a fund drive in the skeptical community to bring these high-school students at a discounted rate. We also worked with The Knowledge Society in Las Vegas (a cutting-edge science and technology accelerator program for students age 13–17) to bring over a dozen students to CSICon. They wrote to us stating:

Attending a conference such as CSICon was an invaluable experience for the students. It gave them opportunities that most high schoolers would never be exposed to, such as learning from the top thinkers in the industry, building out their networks, and meeting some of the most important people in the fields they’re focusing on.

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The fact is, CSI has never been able to meet its expenses from publication revenues alone. We have always depended on the generous support of our readers and friends to make ends meet—and to make possible the extraordinary projects that through the years have been the engine of CSI’s remarkable growth in influence. We’re being bold, but we must be bolder—and that means we must depend on you to be bold also. We’re asking you to give … to register your generous support of CSI and the Skeptical Inquirer today. Your gift may never mean more than it will right now, when the challenges we face are so many and our means are stretched so thin.

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Guerrilla Skepticism on Wikipedia (GSoW) worked with the Coral Academy of Science STEM School in Las Vegas to bring over twenty of their students and teachers. Working with CSI/CFI, the GSoW people launched a fund drive in the skeptical community to bring these high-school students at a discounted rate. We also worked with The Knowledge Society in Las Vegas (a cutting-edge science and technology accelerator program for students age 13–17) to bring over a dozen students to CSICon. They wrote to us stating:

Attending a conference such as CSICon was an invaluable experience for the students. It gave them opportunities that most high schoolers would never be exposed to, such as learning from the top thinkers in the industry, building out their networks, and meeting some of the most important people in the fields they’re focusing on.

To do more, we need your help!

The fact is, CSI has never been able to meet its expenses from publication revenues alone. We have always depended on the generous support of our readers and friends to make ends meet—and to make possible the extraordinary projects that through the years have been the engine of CSI’s remarkable growth in influence. We’re being bold, but we must be bolder—and that means we must depend on you to be bold also. We’re asking you to give … to register your generous support of CSI and the Skeptical Inquirer today. Your gift may never mean more than it will right now, when the challenges we face are so many and our means are stretched so thin.

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