Call for Scientists: Get Involved with Science NetLinks

Are you a scientist or other professional working in STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics)? Interested in helping students foster a love of science? Science NetLinks would love to hear from you! Two new projects from Science NetLinks that need your help to launch:

5 Questions for a Scientist
The gap between the science classroom and a real-life career in the sciences can seem distant for some students. The 5 Questions for a Scientist interview series was created for just this purpose! We aim to inspire students to pursue careers in the sciences by showcasing the incredible diversity of STEM careers, and we need your help. You could be featured on Science NetLinks via a short interview about your career and interest in science. Interested? Email Maya at minamura@aaas.org for more information.

Do you work in science? Interested in student outreach? Volunteer with AAAS STEM Talks to connect with K-12 science students around the country via video chat. It’s a flexible, short time commitment for you with incredible benefits for students and educators.

Students may want to know:
• What kind of research or work do you do?
• What is a typical day at work like for you?
• How did you become interested in your field?
• What education did you need for your STEM career?

Please consider participating in this pilot program and making a difference in students’ lives. Sign up at this link: bit.ly/STEMTalksVolunteer

Thanks for helping inspire the next generation of scientists and STEM professionals! We look forward to hearing from you soon. Contact us at snl@aaas.org with any questions.

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Gurubasavaraj SUBMITTED ON

Can overseas (I am from India) scientists participate in this program. I have been trained in US, now I am Assistant Professor in Indian University.

Thanks a lot


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