Introduction to Volunteers
Want to Be a Volunteer?
Interested in gaining valuable experience working with youths and having a heck of a lot of fun?
The Let’s Talk Science Program is always accepting new volunteers from all Faculties and Departments!! Apply today!
As a volunteer in Let’s Talk Science, you will:
- Improve your presentation and communication skills through our Science with Impact® training and diverse activities
- have fun with youths by scientific hands-on demonstrations and enhance your teaching skills
- practice your creative ability by designing the hands-on learning activities
- organize activities and events and develop your teamwork and leadership
- host the All Science Challenge for Grade 6 - 8 students
- judge science fairs and competitions
- guide university or lab tours
- contact with the scientific community and other outreach program
- expand career opportunities – Recognized by NSERC
- gain various certificates and awards opportunities
- get well-supported by national office, university and our supporters with program funding and the hands-on resources
- improve your science writing by posting articles for CurioCity, an interactive, issues-based e-learning platform where teens can explore the science, engineering and technology in their lives
Your role as a volunteer:
- Complete registration steps
- Get trained with Science with Impact® training
- Participate one activity annually at least