If you are interested in reaching a broader audience and making an impact on the community with your passion for chemistry, you might think about participating in some outreach activities!
We will try to update this page and the calendar as new events become available. Feel free to bookmark this page.
Email Christina at email@example.com for more information about any of these events or programs!
CAZACS Outreach Opportunities
CAZACS is represented at (or organizing) the following events, and we need your help! If you want to be added to a list of volunteers that we can count on, let Christina know!
(Events to come)
Other Outreach Opportunities
If you’re looking for other ways to volunteer, these might be of interest to you! (Note: while CAZACS is not formally sponsoring or participating in these events, you can still get involved! You may contact Christina and ask for more information about any of these events).
May 3-6, 2021
Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) – Virtual
ISEF is in need of Judging Proctors (super easy and fun) for the virtual event coming soon!!
How can you help? ISEF is in need of Judging Proctors (super easy and fun) for the virtual event coming soon!! This is open to anyone age 20+. The judging proctor role is perfect for parents, teachers, college students, retirees, and anyone who can handle possibly screen-sharing documents, connecting with the Society when there is an issue with a judge, finalist or interpreter. More information and registration details can be found here.
Skype a Scientist
Skype a Scientist matches scientists with classrooms around the world! We want to give students the opportunity to get to know a “real scientist”. This program allows us to reach students from all over the world without having to leave the lab!
How can you help? Skype a Scientist is always recruiting scientists that are looking to inspire the next generation in STEM. You and your interests will be matched to a teacher, and then you’ll coordinate your schedules to do a video chat with a classroom and engage with their students! Scientist/classroom matches are coordinated for fall and spring semesters, but you can sign up any time here.