Let's Talk Science seeks volunteers

September 22, 2011
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Graduate students interested in science outreach and education are invited to volunteer with Let's Talk Science, an award-winning program that delivers programs to engage children and youth with science. Volunteer opportunities are available to mentor students at Science World, judge science fairs, and run workshops at local elementary schools.

Volunteering to do science outreach is a great opportunity to develop your skills in science communication and teaching, to enhance your resumé while making a valuable contribution to the community, and to engage science from a fresh perspective by educating and inspiring children and youth.

For more information, visit the Let's Talk Science website.

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