Please come help us make a difference ……volunteer at our regional science fair!

Event volunteers are needed for the 2018 Greater New Orleans Science and Engineering Fair, which is open to middle and high school students in Orleans, Jefferson, St. Bernard, and Plaquemines parishes. It is one of the largest fairs of its kind in the state of Louisiana with over 300 students expected this year. Many opportunities exist to engage with bright, motivated 6th through 12th grade students who are our future of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)!  Volunteering with event operations is one such way, and helps facilitate this exciting opportunity for our area students.

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The 2018 Greater New Orleans Science and Engineering Fair will be held at Tulane University on February 26th, 27th, 28th and March 1st, and volunteers can assist in a variety of ways shown below. Each position provides a description of the general responsibilities and timing. To sign up as an EVENT VOLUNTEER CLICK HERE.

Facility Set-Up and Break-Down:
All of the display tables need to be covered with table tops and skirts, and project signs need to be hung. Additionally, the judging area needs to be set up. This takes place on Monday morning from 8am-noon for the Junior Division and again on Tuesday from 1:30-3pm. Breakdown occurs …

Student Check In:

Judge Check In:

Judge Assistant:

Safety Judge:

Special Award Check-In and -Out:

Crowd Control during Public Viewing:
Public Viewing is typically between the hours of noon and 1:30pm on Tuesday for Junior Division (middle school) projects and between 9am-noon on Thursday for Senior Division (high school) projects.

Project Take-Down:

Awards Ceremony Assistant:

If you would prefer to volunteer as a PROJECT JUDGE, click HERE!!!

Questions? Contact us at gnosef@tulane.edu.