Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Curley Science Fair Support

The Curley K-8 School has postponed their Elementary Science Fair, the new date is Thursday, February 10. Volunteers are needed for judging projects from 8:45-2:30, among other support positions.

Contact Monique Markoff at the Curley (monique.markoff@gmail.com) and CC Lauren Horn from STEM (l.horn@neu.edu) if you want to participate.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Future City Volunteers - Saturday, January 22 Northeastern University

On Saturday, January 22, volunteers are needed for the Future City Competition for middle school students, who will come to the Curry Student Center to learn about engineering and construct "cities of the future"!

On February 5, volunteers are also needed for the Building Bridges Program for high school students, to help with set-up, check-in, and other items.

Please email Jillian Wudarczyk (J.Wudarczyk@neu.edu) to volunteer!

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

February Break Volunteers needed

Science Club for Girls is looking for Vacation Week volunteers to lead workshops at the Yawkey Boys & Girls Club Feb 22-25.

Science Club for Girls is a campus organization that helps expose young girls to the technology fields and provides them with role models in the field. Science Club for Girls is hosting a vacation week program that lets girls grades 1-5 do activities for three days in school and go on three field trips. This is a great opportunity for the girls but cannot be accomplished without the help of volunteers.

The success of Vacation Week relies on providing volunteers during three time slots over four days: February 22-25 from 8:30am-11am, 10am-12:30pm and 12:30pm-4:30pm

Each shift has multiple mentor scientists and helpes that will work with groups of 10-15 girls.

Get more information HERE.

All volutneers must fill out an application and CORI form. Boys are also welcome to volunteer! Contact Rachael Tompa (tompa.r@husky.neu.edu) or Rebecca Hansen (hansen.r@husky.neu.edu) to apply or ask any questions.

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.