Butterflies & Friends on Parade Be a part
of this annual summer public art event as a member of the
planning committee or by helping out the day of the art auction.
Committee duties could include installing art, helping with
promotions or planning decor. Day of volunteers help with set-up,
take down, providing food and drink service and Auction
assistance - which includes bid spotting and record
The Einstein Project Science Expo is always
looking for enthusiastic people to be on the planning committee and
help the day of the event. The committee helps plan the main stage
line up, recruit new vendors and come up with ideas to keep Expo
fresh. Volunteers for the event will help with set up,
photography, exhibitors booths and take down.
Festival Foods Grocers on the Green Golf
Scramble Join Festival Foods and The Einstein Project for
this fun day full of science and golf! Volunteers assist on
the golf course, sell raffle tickets and assist with the
Contact The Einstein Project for more information by
email or phone:
Volunteers in our Science Resource Center work
alongside staff at The Einstein Project, seated in a well-lit,
clean volunteer room. They assist with repairing,
counting, sorting and measuring science materials. Volunteer
duties might include working with various products such as:
weighing or measuring apple slices or rice for the Food Chemistry
unit, testing light blubs or motors for the Electric Circuits unit,
counting and sorting cups and lids for the Life Cycle of
Butterflies or Soils units, wiping out pails and tanks for the
Motion & Design or Animals Studies unit, cleaning hand lenses
or test tubes, etc.
Interns with The Einstein Project primarily work to support our
special events and public relations needs. Duties can include
mailings, facebook management, creating promotional materials,
writing press releases and more.
Occasionally special projects focusing on science education and
teaching do occur and students with interest in these types of
efforts should contact us for the most current opportunities.
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