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STEM Volunteers

Monday – Thursday 4:00pm – 7:00pm

A variety of opportunities are available, but evenings from 4 to 7pm is a common time frame for After School 4-H Clubs. Monday-Thursday. Sometimes we will have workshops during Fall or Spring Break. Sometimes we will have workshops on Saturdays. In the Summer time we may have a wide variety of days and times available.

STEM volunteering is an opportunity for existing and new volunteers who are interested in STEM to learn hands-on learning opportunities to take back to their communities. The topics for this vary by year, and are accompanied with lesson plans made to deliver with the 4-H Program in SPARK Clubs, 4-H Club meetings, or workshops! All volunteers must pass a background check and participate in training provided by your County 4-H Educator.

Interested in learning more? If so, contact Jim Becker at beckerjw@purdue.edu or by phone at 317-221-9638

About Purdue Extension

Purdue Extension helps Indiana build vibrant communities, strong families, and profitable businesses on its Main Streets and at its farm gates – reaching more than 620,000 people in 2015. Our team – in Purdue Extension helps Indiana build vibrant communities, strong families, and profitable businesses on its Main Streets and at its farm gates – reaching more than 620,000 people in 2015. Our team – including campus specialists and Extension Educators in all 92 counties – connects Indiana communities to world-class Purdue University research and a nationwide network of experts on agriculture, community, environment, family, food, and youth..4-H began over 100 years ago, and has since grown into the largest youth development program in the nation. 4-H prepares young people to be leaders in their community and around the world through hands-on experiences alongside their peers and caring adults.

 

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