If you love sharing science with the world, being an Informative Display volunteer is one of the best ways to bring your enthusiasm for STEM to others.
Many of the science experiments being hosted underground, and even several science interactions above ground, require helping hands – or voices – to chat with visitors about the way science impacts our daily life. Science booths may require less set up than interactive games and activities, but they do require assistance during the day, and likely a quick clean up as the day wraps up. Informative booths primarily are hosted indoors and require standing, bending, and speaking directly with visitors.
You can request a spot with your favorite area of science, ask to be included with a booth hosted by a specific science project at SURF, or just let us know you want to help where you are needed.
If you are interested in being an Informative Display volunteer, sign up today and let us know this is what you would like to do on Neutrino Day. If you have already signed up, send us an email to add this volunteer opportunity to your request.