Lunch and learn about how you can volunteer for science – Wednesday at noon in Curia II

Are you a scientist who wants to encourage young students to get excited about physics but don’t know where to start? Or perhaps you’re an engineer who enjoys meeting with young people to share your interest in electronics along with a little Q&A. Maybe you’re a graduate student who, in the course of earning your degree, discovered you enjoy talking with people about your research.

If any of the above applies to you, consider attending the Education Office‘s annual lunch for those interested in volunteering in Fermilab’s STEM education and outreach efforts.

The lunch, hosted by the Fermilab Student and Postdoc Association and Fermilab Friends for Science Education, will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 9, from noon to 1 p.m. in Curia II. Susan Dahl and Marge Bardeen of the Education Office and FSPA’s Jason St. John will be there to talk with you and answer any of your questions.

Whether you have 15 minutes or half a day, there is a way for you to volunteer. Learn more about the lunch and how you can help. For those who can’t attend but are interested in volunteering, email Susan Dahl to be added to the Education Office’s listserv of volunteers. More information is on the Education Office volunteer website.