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June 5, 2018 > Volunteers needed at Chabot Space & Science Center

Volunteers needed at Chabot Space & Science Center

Submitted By Lesley Stoup

Chabot Space & Science Center volunteers make earth and space science come alive for visitors through interactive and hands-on science demonstrations and building experiences. Extend your sense of wonder and increase your knowledge through our dynamic volunteer program.

Want to help families learn science and have fun at the same time? Consider becoming a Chabot Volunteer. Our $5 First Fridays have become the place to go for family fun. We could use people to greet visitors, share the activity schedules, work registration and bar tables, and usher people to theater seats, exhibits and telescopes.

Do you want to inspire young astronomers and future scientists by assisting students in our astronomy education programs? A brand new outdoor exhibit designed by The Exploratorium opened this spring at Chabot Space and Science Center in Oakland. We are in need of volunteers during the daytime weekday and weekends to assist visitors with day time observatory deck experiences. Training provided.

If you love to learn and you care about the way we inspire tomorrowÕs scientists today, consider becoming a volunteer. We ask our volunteers to work 8 hours per month and for at least one year. If you are planning to come to the orientation, please RSVP online (http://www.chabotspace.org/volunteer-rsvp.htm) before June 23.


Volunteer Orientation
Saturday, Jun 23
10 a.m. Ð 2 p.m.
For more information and to RSVP: http://www.chabotspace.org/adult-volunteers.htm or contact the Volunteer Department at volunteers@chabotspace.org
Free

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