Be an Imagination Station Volunteer
Volunteering is the best way to bridge the gap between your skills and passions and the needs of our community. At Imagination Station, you are on the front lines for hands-on science education in our community, and you will find that your volunteer experience will not only be fun, but also inspirational to others!
As an Imagination Station Volunteer, you can …
- Learn new and exciting science
- Form vibrant new friendships
- Build job skills
- Find a place to belong
- Make a difference in the lives of children and families
- Earn a membership to Imagination Station
- Gain a behind-the-scenes perspective of the science center
- Establish references for education and employment
We ask that each reoccurring volunteer commit to at least 10 hours of volunteer time per month, for a minimum commitment of 6 months. Volunteers must be at least 18 years old. Potential volunteers are asked to fill out the appropriate application and go through an interview process, including a background check and drug screen.
Check out all of the available volunteer opportunities below. We are sure that you will find something that fits what you are looking for.
Teen Summer Camp Counselors
Now accepting applications for 2017! Interested in our Hot Summer, Cool Science Summer Camps but are too old to attend? Check out our Teen Summer Camp Volunteer Program for students ages 14 – 18. Teen volunteers will develop leadership skills while assisting Imagination Station team members as camp counselors this summer.
Volunteering is a great way to learn new skills, make new friends, build up your resume and make a big difference in your community. If you are between the ages of 14 – 17, volunteering with Imagination Station is a great way to accomplish all four! Teen Volunteer Description
Reoccurring Volunteer Opportunities
Whatever your interests, we have a volunteer position for you:
Seasonal Volunteer Opportunities:
Do you want to volunteer but looking for a shorter time commitment? Check out the list of upcoming events happening at the science center below that we are in need of some extra assistance. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at 419.214.9181. Volunteer tip: These are great for groups looking to fulfill volunteer hours.
March 14 – 19: Little Scientists Week
April 22 – 23: Egg Drop Challenge
May 16 – 21: Innovation Week
June 17 – 18 Water Rocket Challenge
July 21 – 23: Nerdy Derby
October 26, 6 – 8pm: Monster Bash
October 27 – 31: Spooky Science
November 17 – 19: National Chemistry Weekend
December 7, 6 – 8pm: Cookies & Cocoa with Claus
Earn college credit and gain real-world experience in your field with an internship at Imagination Station. With these internships, you can gain a solid foundation to successfully launch your career.
Internships are available for: