Would you like to get involved with SciStarter?

Occasionally, we’ve received emails from people who want to volunteer at SciStarter in some capacity. Some of these people volunteered their way into paid positions, earned service hours or other credits, leveraged their experiences and new contacts  to launch careers, or still volunteer with us (after many years). Of course, some folks never made it to the start line, but c’est le vie.

SciStarter is a distributed entity, which basically means that volunteers and staff work from wherever they want unless we are organizing an event and need to be in a particular location.

Are you interested in getting involved with SciStarter? We hope so, because we are stronger, together!  Please complete this form to tell us about your interests and someone will get back to you shortly.

Cheers!

Categories: About Us, Volunteer at SciStarter

About the Author

Caroline Nickerson

Caroline Nickerson

Caroline Nickerson is a Master of Public Policy student at American University with a focus on environmental and climate change policy. She is passionate about science communication in the policy space and engaging citizens and voters. Caroline currently serves as secretary on the national board of the Commission on Local Debates (localdebates.org), an emerging nonprofit seeking to leverage technology to make debates for local elections better and more accessible. She also works as a textbook and curriculum development consultant for the University of Florida Psychiatry Department. In her role there, she is a project manager for the Christensen Project, which honors and furthers Dr. Richard C. Christensen's legacy of advocating for homeless and under-served individuals.