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I’m thrilled to announce the launch of Engineers & Scientists Acting Locally’s new website. We’ve overhauled every aspect of our site, with the goal of making it easier for our visitors to find and navigate information about how to effectively engage with their local governments and communities. While I hope you will take the time to explore for yourself, I’d like to share a few highlights of our new site.
Interact with ESAL resources
- Local Engagement Map - Easily search for ESAL articles and resources by location so that you can find people, organizations, events, and much more in your own community.
- Local STEM Database - Find organizations, initiatives, and resources related to the communities and topics that you are most passionate about.
Find the information you need
We have also made it easier than ever to suggest ideas for articles and events. We hope that you are as excited as we are to enter this new portal to local engagement. And, as always, don’t hesitate to reach out if you have suggestions or feedback on our new site or the work that we do.
- Get Informed about the issues - ESAL content and resources are now grouped by topic so you can delve deep into the issues most important to you.
- Civics 101 - We’ve curated information from our content library to help you better understand local government structures and processes.
- Take Action - When you are ready to begin your local engagement journey, these resources will help you plan and take your first steps toward making a difference in your community.
- Past Events - Miss an ESAL event? Our new events pages allow you to easily find past event recordings, summaries, and other related resources.
Engineers & Scientists Acting Locally (ESAL) is a non-advocacy, non-political organization. The information in this post is for general informational purposes and does not imply an endorsement by ESAL for any political candidates, businesses, or organizations mentioned herein.