Call for Volunteers for Kids & Chemistry Outreach in 2017
Looking for Proton-Positive, kid-loving volunteers! High school teachers and students are welcome as our college students and retired chemists!
Please contact Joanna Hinton at firstname.lastname@example.org if interestedThurs March 9: STEMM Nite at Reynolds Elementary; there will be an ACS table; setup begins at 5:15 pm; Program runs 6:00pm to 7:30pm with clean up afterwards
Thurs March 16: 4th grade classrooms at Wildwood Environmental Academy; setup at 12:30 with 2 classes/programs 1-3ish
Fri April 14: Toledo Heights Branch Library; setup begins at 3:30 with program from 4-5pm and clean up afterwards
The above programs will be similar to last fall's NCW program with URINE-the-know experiments. All materials and instructions provided.
Also I have 5 library dates lined up for summer. “Chemistry Building Blocks” to go along with Library Summer reading theme "Build a Better World"
Wonderful hands-on Chemistry Summer Outreach Fun on June 13!
STEM ^2 @ BGSU organized by Wood County Community Learning Centers for 250 + students ( age 5-14 across 8 school districts in Wood County ).
Fortunately the youth were divided into three groups that rotated, and we engaged them all! A great reaction by all attendees, participants & volunteers!
Toledo Section ACS plans to be here again for hands-on chemistry activities.
MEET US AT THE PARK
Our table theme: Happy CHEM-TENNIAL Activities
Description: SURPRISE! It's a chemistry centennial birthday party with hands-on fun activities to celebrate our CHEM-TENNIAL (100 years in Toledo area/NW Ohio) Suitable for kids of all ages!
Volunteers Needed: Please contact Joanna Hinton at email@example.com to volunteer for an hour or 2
Great day #NWOSTEM-in-the-Park@BGSU Perry Field House yesterday! BIG Shout Out and thanks to all the volunteers for Toledo Sec ACS tables! We were delighted to have many UT StACS students help us out. Event probably had couple thousand + in attendance. We estimate over 400 (kids & adults) visited our section table based on depletion of supplies. (On your mark, get set, EXPERIMENT: Urine-in-the-know? Can you find the Sweet in Milk? & Power of Electrolytes)
Section chemists also volunteered at following tables: Lourdes Univ Dept of Chemistry & Physical Sciences, UT StACS, BGSU StACS, UT BOSEF, & several area chemistry-related companies! Check out some great photos! KUDOS to #NWOSTEM for organizing and hosting this Free Family Fun day!
Summer Outreach comes to a close. 34 attendees @ Lutheran Reedemer on Monday July 18 and 17 on July 20 @ Reynolds Corner Branch Library. Over 200 youth and adults at 11 locations experimented with us for free this summer.Thank you to all volunteers who helped this summer!
We are organizing 11 Kids & Chemistry Hands-on Summer Library Outreach Programs and am looking for volunteers to assist.
Thank you so very much!
|SUMMER 2016: FITNESS FUN WITH CHEMISTRY|
|DATE||Vol Time (2 hr)||BRANCH||Program Time||Address||Volunteers|
|Wednesday, June 08, 2016||1:30-3:30||Sylvania||2:00 PM||6749 Monroe Street Sylvania, Ohio 43560|
|Monday, June 13, 2016||1:30-3:30||Mott Library||2:00 PM||1085 Dorr Street Toledo, Ohio 43607|
|Wednesday, June 15, 2016||1:30-3:30||South||2:00 PM||1736 Broadway Street Toledo, Ohio 43609|
|Friday, June 17, 2016||1:30-3:30||Toledo Heights||2:00 PM||423 Shasta Dr. Toledo, Ohio 43609|
|Monday, June 20, 2016||1:30-3:30||Main||2:00 PM||325 Michigan Street Toledo, Ohio 43604|
|Thurs June 23||6:00 - 8:00 pm||Fremont Birchard Library||6:30 PM|
|Tuesday, June 28, 2016||1:30-3:30||Kent||2:00 PM||3101 Collingwood Boulevard Toledo, Ohio 43610|
|Thursday, June 30, 2016||3:30-5:30 pm||West Toledo||4:00 PM||1320 Sylvania Ave. Toledo, Ohio 43612|
|Friday, July 08, 2016||1:30-3:30||Birmingham||2:00 PM||203 Paine Avenue Toledo, Ohio 43605|
|Thursday, July 14, 2016||1:30-3:30||Waterville||2:00 PM||800 Michigan Avenue Waterville, Ohio 43566|
|Wednesday, July 20, 2016||1:30-3:30||Reynolds Corners||2:00 PM||4833 Dorr Street Toledo, Ohio 43615|
|Joanna Hinton, Coordinatorfirstname.lastname@example.org|