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Volunteers

Who are our volunteers?

Volunteers for the Scientists and Innovators in the Schools program represent a wide variety of scientific fields - physics, chemistry, geology, biology, the environment, and engineering, to name a few. All of our volunteers have one thing in common - they share an eagerness to be involved in science education with Nova Scotian students.

How will students benefit from my presentation?

By speaking with Nova Scotian students in their classrooms about what you do, and answering their questions, you are acting as an important role model. In fact, you are helping to shape students' perceptions of careers in science and technology.

What kind of time commitment do I need to make?

The amount of time you give is up to you - volunteers are free to participate as presentations fit into their schedule. Depending on your field, you can expect very few requests in a year, or you may get several per term. The number of requests you fill is up to you, but in order to offer a useful service to teachers we would like our volunteers to fill one request per school term.

How do I get involved?

There are a few ways to get involved! -contact us directly at (902) 494-1594 or sits@dal.ca -download a Volunteer Profile Form and return it via fax at (902) 494-6889 or mail to: Atlantic Science Links Association c/o Earth Sciences Department Life Science Centre, Dalhousie University Halifax, NS B3H 4R2 When a teacher contacts us looking for someone in your field, we will contact you by email or phone. If you are unable to volunteer, please let us know as soon as possible, so we can provide the most efficient service to teachers.
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Volunteers

Who are our volunteers?

Volunteers for the Scientists and Innovators in the Schools program represent a wide variety of scientific fields - physics, chemistry, geology, biology, the environment, and engineering, to name a few. All of our volunteers have one thing in common - they share an eagerness to be involved in science education with Nova Scotian students.

How will students benefit from my

presentation?

By speaking with Nova Scotian students in their classrooms about what you do, and answering their questions, you are acting as an important role model. In fact, you are helping to shape students' perceptions of careers in science and technology.

What kind of time commitment do I

need to make?

The amount of time you give is up to you - volunteers are free to participate as presentations fit into their schedule. Depending on your field, you can expect very few requests in a year, or you may get several per term. The number of requests you fill is up to you, but in order to offer a useful service to teachers we would like our volunteers to fill one request per school term.

How do I get involved?

There are a few ways to get involved! -contact us directly at (902) 494-1594 or sits@dal.ca -download a Volunteer Profile Form and return it via fax at (902) 494-6889 or mail to: Atlantic Science Links Association c/o Earth Sciences Department Life Science Centre, Dalhousie University Halifax, NS B3H 4R2 When a teacher contacts us looking for someone in your field, we will contact you by email or phone. If you are unable to volunteer, please let us know as soon as possible, so we can provide the most efficient service to teachers.