f-dsc03329Welcome, all volunteers!

What if someday you could say you were partially responsible for medical breakthrough that cures a dreaded disease?

What if you read about a future Nobel Laureate, and can remember back when he or she was eight years old and studying bugs in the back yard?

As a volunteer, you may experience this!

Without volunteers, neither the Southern Arizona Research, Science and Engineering Fair (SARSEF) nor the Arizona STEM Adventure would be possible.

These events are fun, and it is rewarding to see so many schoolchildren become excited about science and technology. These youngsters are our future — and with your help we may be able to keep many of them interested in important careers involving math, science engineering and technology!

We need volunteers to work a variety of events throughout the year. See where your interests lie and your talents best fit. Click on the tabs for more information.

SARSEF week volunteers: On March 5-9, 2019, we will need your help Wednesday through Saturday!

See SARSEF Week to learn more about volunteering. (If you would like to become a judge during this week, please go to the Judges section to find out more!)

Booths: There are a variety of events throughout the year when we need help manning a booth, handing out information and answering questions. Please see the list of events.

Mentor: From answering questions online, to working side-by-side with a student completing a project, we can use your help. Offering guidance is one of the most powerful ways to change the future, one child at a time.

Exhibitor: Does your organization or company share our mission to increase the interest and excitement in areas of science, engineering, technology and math for students in Southern Arizona? Then sign up to be an exhibitor at any of our events. (In particular, we invite you to apply to be an exhibitor at our Future Innovator Night on April 13).

Please click on the tabs to see where you can help, and sign up today!

Every Child. Thinking Critically. Solving Problems.