Girls in Science seeks volunteer co-ordinators

CAGIS is a club for girls aged 7-16 who like to explore the fun side of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

The Victoria chapter of the Canadian Association of Girls in Science (CAGIS) is looking for two volunteer coordinators.

CAGIS  is a club for girls aged 7-16 who like to explore the fun side of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Members meet monthly from September to May for one to two hours after school or on weekends to explore these topics in a hands-on way led by women and men specializing in different fields.

The roles of the coordinators are to help lead the team of volunteers to organize and attend monthly events as necessary, communicate with members and volunteers about events, help recruit new volunteers and members and oversee chapter budget and record management.

For more info on CAGIS, please go online to cagis.ca. If you are interested in volunteering or have any questions email: cagis@uwo.ca.

 

 

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