Let's Talk Science at the University of Guelph is Hiring

Posted on Friday, April 17th, 2015

Let’s Talk Science at The University of Guelph is part of the national network of Let's Talk Science Outreach, an award-winning, national, charitable organization. Let’s Talk Science Outreach’s volunteer network focuses on creating and delivering free, hands-on/minds-on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) activities to youth from preschool to high school.

Let's Talk Science at the University of Guelph has been delivering free hands‑on activities to youth in Guelph and throughout Ontario since 2008. Our volunteers have reached over 20,000 youth since our inception, with over 6000 youth reached in the past year alone!

Our outreach program is run by a team of coordinators, typically graduate students at the University of Guelph who hold their positions for 2-3 years

​ (minimum 18 months)​

. This team of coordinators manages an outreach program of over 150 graduate and undergraduate students, organizing upwards of 200 in-class workshops per year in addition to special events both on and off campus, from Guelph all the way up to Owen Sound.​​

We are currently looking to hire two new coordinators to join our team – an ​​Outreach Communication & Scheduling Coordinator to start in May 2015 and a Volunteer Training & Engagement Coordinator to start in late summer or early fall 2015.

Please see the attached poster for more information about each position and how to apply. Applications for the Outreach Communication & Scheduling Coordinator position are due April 27th. Applications for the Volunteer Training & Engagement Coordinator position are due May 1st.
The Coordinator Team

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