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Change the Lives of Others

When you volunteer your time, talents or treasure, you change lives.  Studies prove the impact that science & math education has on childrens' lives.  

Whether you are a high school student wondering if you could make a difference, a college student looking for service opportunities for your club, or an adult below the age of 124, we need you! Come and see for yourself how awesome it is to volunteer with us, come join our team!

Discovery Loop Clean Up

Join us for a service day to remember! Help clean up parts of the WSU trail system during the Discovery Loop Clean Up day on Saturday, October 13th from 8 am - 4 pm. All skill levels are invited. MAKE SURE TO SIGN UP HERE! All volunteers get free swag and food! 

Questions? Send an email to Amanda Gentry, We hope to see you there!




Whether you a college student looking for service opportunities for your club, wondering what a career in teaching would be like, or wanting to share your growing expertise in math and science, we need you!

A list of specific tutoring opportunities is coming soon. In the meantime, please email us with your questions, or to learn more.


Science in the Parks

Science in the Parks is a fun interactive outreach program designed for children of all ages, especially preschool through middle school, and their families.  

Each week from May through August we visit a different park, in conjunction with Ogden School District’s free summer lunch program. Please email us if you would like to help us with this fun program!


Science Fairs

Science Fairs are held each year in almost every junior high & high school in Northern Utah. Volunteers are greatly needed to serve as judges, yet most people don't realize that they don't need special training or education in order to help.

Because WSU has committed to supplying volunteers to the Ritchey Science Fair, we are unable to send volunteers to the many schools who also put out calls for help. However, we're posting them here in hopes others around the community can help. Alternatively, you could contact the school nearest you and see if they have a need. Chances are, they do!

Join the CSME Advisory Board

Help the CSME better serve our local community and meet your needs to further math and science K-16 education by volunteering to serve on the CSME Advisory Board. The board meets biannually. All are encouraged to apply.

An application form will be linked to this page soon. In the meantime, please email us for information.


Other Depts & Organizations Who Need Your Help

♦ Gear UP
♦ Youth Impact
♦ Give Me a Chance 
♦ Center for Community Engaged Learning
♦ Contact your local school/district for their annual science fair



Let's Connect!


CSME Director

Adam Johnston
Room TY 204, Mail Code 2509

Mailing address

Weber State University
Center for Science and
Math Education

1415 Edvalson St., Dept. 2509
Ogden, UT 84408-2509

Building location

Tracy Hall Science Center (TY)

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