New Volunteer Orientation at ScienceWorks

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New Volunteer Orientation at ScienceWorks

Time: April 12, 2014 at 10am to April 13, 2014 at 4pm
Location: ScienceWorks Hands-On Museum
Street: 1500 E Main Street
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map: https://www.scienceworksmuseu…
Phone: 5414826767
Event Type: volunteer, orientation, and, training
Organized By: ScienceWorks Hands-on Museum
Latest Activity: Mar 21, 2014

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ScienceWorks Hands-on Museum  is seeking volunteers to help as Exhibit Interpreters, Painting Pendulum Masters, and  Science Activity Extraordinaires! You don’t need to be a scientist to help out at ScienceWorks. We are seeking to fill regular daily shifts, morning and afternoon, on the museum floor. We are also looking for skilled volunteers to assist with behind the scenes office help, event planning, or exhibit building and maintenance! The next Volunteer Orientation is in October, so sign up now to get involved this summer!

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