Each year we hire NIU students for various summer residential STEM camp staff positions. Check out this year's camp schedules and topics. Previous experience in camps or educational settings is desired, but not required. We will consider applications as we receive them, so it is to your advantage to apply as early as possible. The following paid positions are available--
Each year we use a team of four responsible Huskie Service Scholars to help spread the word to young people that science, technology, engineering, and math are critical to their futures. NIU STEM Outreach is a HSS partner.
Team members will satisfy their service requirements by working directly with children and teens at outreach events; performing manual labor in preparation for events; constructing and maintaining displays; and researching and writing materials for teachers, parents, and young people. Mentors and Fellows can expect to work three Saturdays each month at STEM Outreach programs and additional hours throughout the week that will total 300 hours for the academic year. Huskie Service Scholars receive a partial tuition waiver for their efforts.
Applications for Peer Mentor positions are accepted each spring. Check here for more information or to apply. http://niu.edu/engagedlearning/service/huskie_service_scholars.shtml.
Applications for Fellow positions are accepted each summer. Fellows must be freshman or first-semester transfer students at NIU in the fall semester that their fellowship begins. Fellows should be open to pursuing a STEM major and must meet the requirements detailed at http://niu.edu/engagedlearning/service/huskie_service_scholars.shtml.
Our largest on-campus event requires hundreds of volunteers to make the day a success. Wield a hammer or sling some slime. Come in costume, or not, and help more than 4000 visitors learn to love science.
There are plenty of jobs to go around, whether or not your major is in science.
To volunteer or inquire about the possibility, contact Pettee Guerrero at firstname.lastname@example.org with “volunteer” as the subject. In the body of the email, state your name, major, and how you would like to volunteer. Also include information on days or evenings you are available and how much time you are willing to contribute; i.e., 4 hours per week or 2 days per semester.
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Clinical Laboratory Sciences
Engineers Without Borders
Graduate Student Research Association
Minority Science Association
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NIU Robotics Club
NI Assn. for the Education of Young Children
Phi Sigma Biology Honors Society
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School Psychology Organization
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