you believe in providing quality, science-based programs to the public and
school groups, please consider helping us support the programs of the Minnesota
State University Moorhead Regional Science Center with a financial contribution
to the Friends of the Regional Science Center.
demands have outpaced the dollars available to provide programming at the
current level. With a tightening University budget, the Science Center
needs its friends' support in order to expand/maintain exhibits and provide free public
programs at the Buffalo River Site.
Please accept our invitation to support quality science programs for children, college students, adults and the general public. If you have any questions, please call us at 218.477.2904, or email email@example.com.
Send your contribution to the MSUM Regional Science Center, Box 118, 1104 7th Ave S, Moorhead, MN 56563. Please make check payable to the MSUM Foundation/Friends Program.
The purpose of volunteers is to support the Science Center/Planetarium staff in offering science education opportunities to people of all ages. There are volunteer opportunities in all areas, within personal time schedules, and with no age limitations. Through an application and interview process, volunteers are placed in work areas based on their individual interests, skills, and talents.
Anyone interested in our programs can volunteer. Volunteers represent a cross section of the area's population. They are youth, senior citizens, working people, single parents, couples, and families.
Apply for the volunteer program by calling the Science Center office at 218.477.2904. The email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. After receiving your application, we will call you to arrange an interview. During the interview we'll discuss your interests and hours of availability, as well as the Science Center/Planetarium programs and current volunteer opportunities.Volunteer Application
The benefits of volunteering are endless. Some of the rewards include:
An orientation session acquaints volunteers with the Science Center/Planetarium staff and facilities. Volunteers gain practical training through workshops and on-the-job experience. Volunteers also receive specific instruction for the area in which they volunteer.
As you explore the roles of volunteers in our program areas, you will see how important the work of volunteers is to the Regional Science Center.