O'Connor is doing with the Cambridge-based nonprofit Science Club for Girls, the Fitchburg public schools and the Boys & Girls Club of Fitchburg and Leominster.
What does SCFG stand for?
SCFG stands for Science Club for Girls (Cambridge, MA)
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- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 7 other meanings of SCFG in our Acronym Attic
- Snow Cherries from France (band)
- Sonoma County Falcons for Fun (car enthusiast club; Santa Rosa, CA)
- Steele County Free Fair (est. 1860; Owatonna, MN)
- Subtropical Coastal Floodplain Forest (Australia)
- Super Conducting Final Focus
- South Carolina Flag Football Association
- Stark County Firefighters Association (Canton, Ohio)
- South Central Flag Football League
- Sun City Flag Football League (El Paso, TX)
- South Central Family Farm Research Center (Booneville, Arkansas)
- Sequential Control-Flow Graph
- Sickle Cell Foundation of Georgia
- Stochastic Context-Free Grammar
- Sickle Cell Foundation of Greater Montgomery, Inc. (Alabama)
- standard cubic feet per hour
- Santa Clara Family Health Plan (California)
- Saudi Commission for Health Specialties (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia)
- Save the Children Fund International (est. 1920)
- Sea-River and Coaster Freight Rate Index (shipping)
- Securite Consultation Formation Informatique (French: Security Consultation Computer Training)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Mott School CIS 22 in the Bronx, New York, for providing a hands-on, arts-based approach to teaching the academic curriculum; * The SA Youth in San Antonio, Texas, for teaching youth the value of a healthy lifestyle; * The Science Club for Girls and C.
The Oregon Center for Optics also plans to use the money to create a science club for girls during the school year, said Deutsch, whose interest in science sprouted when she was growing up in Israel.
Science Club for Girls in Cambridge, MA - $50,000 to pilot the "From A to Zebrafish" program, in which approximately 70 middle and high school girls will learn about zebrafish as a tool to understand biology and human disease.
Martin said, the club is starting a science club for girls.