Earth Science for Society
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Volunteers

Thank you to all who volunteered for ESfS!

Do you enjoy working with young members of the community? ESfS needs geoscience volunteers March 2022 for the following tasks during the event:

    • -Assemble packages for students attending the event
    • -Assist with exhibit set up
    • -Assist members of the public that are attending the exhibition
    • -Guide youth groups through the exhibits
    • -Guide grade school groups through the exhibits
    • -Provide assistance at specific exhibits that require additional volunteers (e.g., Yukon Dan gold panning, fossil station, giant floor map)
    • -Staff the information booth and provide volunteer backup

A majority of the volunteers will be needed for Monday and Tuesday, as these are the days that visiting students and their teachers need to be guided around the exhibits. Please consider volunteering for this option. A typical shift consists of four hours on-site, but of course multiple shifts would be appreciated if you have time available.

Volunteers should be 18 years of age or older unless accompanied by an adult.

Volunteer registration for days-of-the-event opens November 2021. If you have any questions or would like to add your name to our distribution list for ESfS 2022 or other geoscience outreach events, please contact the Volunteers committee at esfsvolunteers@gmail.com.

The ESfS organizing committee is looking for organizing committee volunteers to deliver the program at our main event coming up in March 2022 and throughout the year at science fairs, Science Literacy Week, and Science Odyssey whenever possible. For more information, go to the Our Team page.