Rock stars, ESStronauts,
Rockin’ Out is ESS’s student organized/run outreach group. We send volunteers to K-12 schools statewide (though usually in the Seattle area) for science nights, and in-class lessons about many different Earth and/or Space science topics. Thanks to Space Grant we supply a UCAR, and materials, we just need YOU to volunteer.
We have a few volunteer opportunities coming up:
GirlFest 2012: October 20, 2012 from 10am-5pm @ CenturyLink Field (1 volunteer already, looking for 1+ more)
Two in-class visits: Identifying Rocks lesson/nature walk with 6th graders at the Open Window School on Cougar Mountain, near Bellevue, likely a workday after Sept. 17th, dates/times still flexible (looking for 4+ volunteers)
A science night/walkathon on September 28th 2:30-5 PM at an elementary school in Bellevue. This event is SPACE-THEMED, so we will be doing our "Investigating Planets" lab, and a volunteer with a space-science background is encouraged (2+ volunteers)
Interested but can’t commit? RSVP TO GET ON THE ess_outreach LISTSERV, then come to our Interest Meeting which will be the first week of classes.
Karl A. Lang
University of Washington
Dept. Earth and Space Science
Seattle, WA 98195, USA