New Volunteer Orientation at ScienceWorks

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New Volunteer Orientation at ScienceWorks

Time: November 8, 2014 at 10am to November 9, 2014 at 4:30pm
Location: ScienceWorks Hands-on Museum
Street: 1500 E. Main St
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map: http://www.scienceworksmuseum…
Phone: 541 482-6767
Event Type: volunteer, training
Organized By: ScienceWorks Hands-on Museum
Latest Activity: Oct 15, 2014

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You don't have to be a scientist to play an important role on our team. You'll find that sharing your time and talent as a ScienceWorks volunteer is as rewarding as it is fun. Learn to run the Painting Pendulum, be an Exhibit Interpreter, or lead Educational Activities. A strong team of volunteers is essential to our success. We need your help to thrive as Southern Oregon’s center for curiosity based learning.  This 2 day training and orientation includes a free lunch both days.  Visit www.scienceworksmuseum.org/volunteer to register today!

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