Monday, September 20, 2010

Science Club for Girls Show Me the Science

Lend a hand as Northeastern's brand-new chapter of the Science Club for Girls hosts their Show Me the Science event! Science Club for Girls is looking for STEM student groups and volunteers run activity tables of 10-12 minute science experiments or demonstrations for K-6th grade students, who rotate amongst all of the tables to learn about all of the area of science through hands-on engagement.
WHEN: Saturday, October 9th
WHERE:Curry Student Center Ballroom
TIME:10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
WHAT:Volunteers are needed to run the science activity tables and/or assist with event set-up and clean-up.

Contact Stephanie at if you are interested!

Welcome to the Center for STEM Education's K-12 Outreach Blog!

WHO WE ARE: The Center for STEM Education is a Northeastern center focused on increasing opportunities and awareness in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields for students, especially those from backgrounds currently underrepresented in these careers. We work closely with our community to accomplish this goal, and have many volunteer opportunities both on campus and in the schools and communities in which we work.
VOLUNTEERING: Whether you are passionate about enhancing math and science education for K-12 students, want to get more involved in your community, or just want to fulfill some required volunteer hours, you've come to the right place! Read about our upcoming volunteer opportunities in the blog below, and then click on the link for the event in the right-hand column to register. We offer both ongoing and one-day volunteer opportunities, and new events are being added all of the time. We encourage you to also use this blog to discuss your current service experiences with other students at NU!

We also encourage you to refer to the resources provided to gain a deeper understanding of your role as a volunteer and the community that you will be serving.