2017-6-6 | Featured Volunteers
Thomas has experienced the joy of seeing students succeed in science.
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Linda is a long-time Let’s Talk Science volunteer. As an Outreach volunteer, Site Coordinator, and CurioCity volunteer she has been inspiring youth for over a decade.
Amanda hopes to inspire students to pursue a career in science.
Mentoring high school students is a rewarding experience for both the high school students and the post-secondary volunteers.
As a faculty member at Laurentian, Mazen uses his knowledge and experience to inspire high school students during lab tours on campus.
Rachel has increased her reach to youth by becoming a volunteer writer for CurioCity.
Kofi Adasi, Let’s Talk Science Outreach and CurioCity Volunteer at University of Alberta
Michael started volunteering during his time at Western University in London, Ontario. After graduating, he continues to be an active professional volunteer with Let’s Talk Science.
Stephanie is a bioarchaelologist who volunteers with Let’s Talk Science to share her passion for her field as well as to help inspire young women.
Jennifer is helping to change youth attitudes about science. Through her volunteering, she is seeing the difference that she can make in the lives of students with chemistry and physics activities
As a student in the education department, Ryan is gaining some useful in-class experience as an Outreach volunteer.
With online volunteering opportunities you can get involved with Let’s Talk Science from anywhere, even in Denmark!
At one of our newest Outreach locations, Université de Moncton, our volunteers are already hard at work (and play).
2017-5-6 | Featured Volunteers
Carlo started volunteering with Let’s Talk Science this year, and his efforts are already making an impact!
Kelly has volunteered with a variety of Let’s Talk Science programs. At Let’s Talk Science, we like to stay connected with our volunteers and volunteer alumni.