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USU students volunteering at Science Unwrapped in the Eccles Science Learning Center

Volunteer With Science Unwrapped

Volunteering with Science Unwrapped is a great way to gain public science outreach experience. We welcome individual students, faculty and staff; student organizations and community groups.

How It Works

Science Unwrapped takes place once every month during the academic year at USU. Volunteers prepare a science learning activity and setup at their table during the main presentation that runs from 7-7:45 pm.

Interested in volunteering?

Contact our Science Unwrapped Chair

Nancy Huntly - nancy.huntly@usu.edu

Questions?

Contact our Science Unwrapped Public Relations Specialist

Mary-Ann Muffoletto - maryann.muffoletto@usu.edu

Why volunteer with us?

Chemistry club students voluteering at Science Unwrapped

Resume Building

Gain valuable experience in science outreach. (P.S. - Science Outreach is very popular right now!)

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Mathematics students helping at USU's Science Unwrapped

Convenience

We coordinate and publicize the events; You focus on your outreach activities.

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Biology students assisting participants at Science Unwrapped

'No Sweat' Commitment

We're delighted if you volunteer for one event or many - no long-term commitment required.

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Biology students taking samples with Science Unwrapped participants

Location

Our events are held right on campus (ESLC 130) - no car pool headaches; no travel required.

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Geology students 'waterbending' with Science Unwrapped participants

Charter Compliance

Participating in our events helps your club meet outreach requirements if you're a local chapter of a national society.

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Chemistry students demonstrating a reaction at USU's Science Unwrapped

Effective Recruitment Tool

Participation in Science Unwrapped is a great way to recruit new members to your group, club, and USU!

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Math students helping at Science Unwrapped

Easy Scheduling

We don't hold events during your class times.

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Chemistry students hosting a table at Science Unwrapped

It's Great Fun!

Trust us - we wouldn't be in our 10th year of Science Unwrapped if it wasn't a great time!

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