Discover how citizen science and inquiry can shape the STEM leaders of our future! By engaging in citizen science and investigations, students become scientists while exercising social and emotional learning (SEL) skills. They make observations, generate their own questions, collect data, and get access to online datasets they can query. Along the way, they collaborate with peers, learn to communicate effectively, engage in arguments from evidence, and reflect on successes and challenges. These hands-on science experiences give all students authentic opportunities to build life-long skills that help them thrive in and out of the classroom.