Have you had a great mentor or science teacher? Was there one experiment or conversation that changed your path, steering you to become the woman that you are? Want to be that role model in our community? Volunteer with us today!
We are currently recruiting Volunteer Mentors to fill positions in Boston, Cambridge, Newton, and Lawrence Massachusetts. Check out our google map or our program schedules and sites page to see which clubs are most convenient for you.
Volunteer Mentor applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the first week of January 2016. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about your application.
SCFG engages over 100 Volunteer Mentors to guide elementary and middle school girls in weekly hour-long sessions that focus on hands-on STEM learning. We welcome college and graduate students as well as professionals who can commit to 3.5 hours a week for 8-10 weeks in the Fall, Spring, and/or Summer. A background in STEM is helpful, but not necessary to apply.
Fall 2015 Volunteer Mentor applications for elementary and middle school clubs are now open.
Click here to apply today!
Sister Circles provide teen program participants the opportunity to explore different facets of identity, health, careers, and community. Guided by collegiate and professional mentors, teens meet outside of regular club time for workshops and field trips to foster friendships across programs, and develop the necessary networks and skills to forge successful futures through college and into adulthood. There is no set weekly commitment for this position; however, all volunteers must attend a monthly meeting with the Sister Circle Program Manager for additional youth development trainings, and to build volunteer community.
Applications for Sister Circle positions are currently closed. Please check back next semester to apply for Fall 2016 openings.
Host an Intern
Our STEM Internship Program is an opportunity for 11th and 12th grade girls to explore career options and gain authentic STEM work experiences in academic and industry settings. Girls are placed in corporate and university labs throughout the Boston area, with a wide variety of fields represented. Mentors typically work with the girls for 3 hours per week, after school, for the duration of the school year. This type of long-term, consistent mentorship allows the students to delve deep into a STEM topic that excites them, experience what it’s really like to work in a laboratory setting, and build confidence and literacy in the sciences.
If you are interested in hosting an intern, please email email@example.com.
Group Service Days
Looking for ways for you and your colleagues to give back together? Join us for a group service day! Service day participants assist our staff with office tasks and small administrative projects while also building connections with their fellow coworkers. The time commitment for this opportunity is flexible. If you are interested in forming a group for a service day, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Sponsor a Breakfast, Luncheon, or Cocktail Hour
Want to share our mission and impact with your company, organization, or friends? Host an informational breakfast, luncheon, or cocktail hour to educate your networks about our work and inspire them to support the expansion of our programs. Contact Chelsea Norman, Volunteer Program Director, at email@example.com for more information.
At Science Club for Girls, we strive to find volunteer opportunities that fit everyone’s needs. We offer a variety of one-time opportunities for new and current volunteers to engage in. If you are interested in learning more about one-time volunteer opportunities, please fill out this Volunteer Interest Profile, and one of our staff members will contact you directly to discuss your interests and our openings.
For more information about volunteering, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.