Adult Volunteers Needed!

The success of our conference depends upon the generosity of volunteers who donate their time. Please read the brief descriptions of committees provided below. If you wish to volunteer please contact Yuki Ohashi by phone (925) 294-2393 or email

Note: We especially need day-of-conference volunteers to help with facilities and hall monitor duties.

  • Workshop leader or back-up workshop leader - Prepare a hands-on workshop, including helpers and supplies, and interact with attendees or be prepared to fill in if one of the regular Conference workshops cancels.
  • Career Fair/Science Expo - Present the highlights of your profession to EYH participants.
  • Facilities - Assist with setup and takedown of equipment for presenters the day of the Conference. Work involves lifting, pushing carts, and lots of walking. [All day or portions thereof]
  • Hall monitors - Provide directional assistance to students during workshop change periods. Also ensure that students stay within the conference boundaries and non-participants do not enter workshops. Feel free to bring a book or other entertainment for downtimes. [All day or portions thereof]
  • Photographer - Take photos of the conference activities for future use in brochures, website and other advertising. [All day or portions thereof]
  • Registration - Distribute registration packets the day of the Conference. [Morning only]

Yuki Ohashi
Telephone - (925) 294-2393
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Registration is Closed

Student registration for the Saturday February 25, 2017, conference is closed. If you are looking for similar events or resources, please check out other STEM opportunities in the Bay Area.