VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Volunteer Opportunity! Enhance STEM Education! STEM logo Teaching Opportunities for Partners in Science (TOPS) of the Santa Clara Valley is looking for scientists and engineers who are willing to partner with science teachers to enhance the science curriculums of grades K-8 in the Santa Clara Valley. It's a program that promotes in-depth relationships of a volunteer with a science teacher and his/her class on a weekly basis to amplify labs and class sessions with the scientists' real-world experience.
Here's a chance to make a real difference to students in aiming their education at a career in science or engineering. To find out more, go to www.topsofscv.org
SIA Logo School Science Presenters Wanted for AVS Science in Action Volunteer to support science education in local schools! Are you a Bay Area professional with a science or engineering background? You can give interactive science presentations based on pressure, gas behavior, and vacuum technology to elementary, middle, and high school students. This is your chance to have a little fun, and to amaze and inspire a new generation of students using equipment that the schools don't have.
If you're willing to make two or more school visits per school year (a few hours each), we will train you and provide the organization, equipment, and supplies. Contact us at ncccavs_education@avs.org or brynsvold@ieee.org!
EnCorpsSTEM Bright Minds Propelling Better Futures - STEM Professionals Sought for Innovative Teaching Fellowship

* EnCorps offers a selective part time Fellowship designed for engineers and other STEM (Science, Technology, Math, and Science) industry professionals.
* EnCorps recruits, selects, develops, and supports the best and brightest STEM professionals and military veterans to work with under-resourced students in high need communities.
* Established in 2007, by then Governor Schwarzenegger and Sherry Lansing.
* Recently recognized as the recipient of the US2020 National STEM Mentoring Award for Excellence in Volunteer Experience.

For more information concerning our Fellowship and this application cycle, please contact David Taus at david@encorps.org or visit http://encorps.org


Project Open NanoCarbon - Working session on recent progress: on photodissociation from UV, and meet new members.  Calling engineers, scientists and other researchers to build and deploy open source hardware that will efficiently separate carbon from CO2 at Gt scale. Seeking support from engineers and scientists with backgrounds in: nanotech materials science and electronics, magnetism, photonics, fluid flow, to combustion and ion propulsion. Forward to friends; our planet thanks you.