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Orca Bowl Training Session
January 9, 2018 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pmFree
Volunteer for Orca Bowl 2018
Do you enjoy inspiring youth about the ocean? Are you excited about getting more students involved in STEM science and careers? Orca Bowl relies on more than 80 volunteers and dozens of sponsors to make the program a success. Faculty, researchers, graduate students, and staff from the University of Washington, as well as scientists, educators, and staff from colleague institutions and agencies all volunteer for this event. Join us and inspire the next generation of ocean scientists.
Volunteers Can Get Involved in Orca Bowl in Several Different Ways
- Become a competition official: Help judge the teams or facilitate the team competition rooms: serve as a moderator, timekeeper, rules judge, scorekeeper, science judge, or a room runner. Competition officials are required to attend at least two trainings prior to the event, and be available for the entirety of the competition day. For more information on responsibilities, visit the NOSB site.
- Provide general competition support: Help with event preparation leading up to the competition and with specific tasks (registration, set-up/clean-up, meal set-up, message-running, etc.) on the day of the event.
- Offer enrichment opportunities at the competition: Help with lab tours and other enrichment activities to keep the competitors engage
d throughout the event.
- Be a team mentor: Assist new teams with competition preparation through content support and study sessions. Team mentors are sought out on an “as needed basis.”
Sound Like Fun?
Let us know you are interested or have questions by sending email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2018 Training Sessions
Tuesday, Jan 9
Monday, Jan 22
Tuesday, Feb 6
Thursday, Feb 15
All trainings will be held from 5:30 – 7:30 PM in the Fishery Sciences Building — please look for signage for specific location.
Two out of four sessions are required for competition officials.
Orca Bowl Competition is Saturday, February 24, 2018