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"The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others"
- Mahatma Gandhi 

Colorado I Have a Dream Foundation

Volunteer Description: A CIHAD tutor works with Dreamers after school. Planning activities, preparing materials, facilitating activities, etc. 
Contact: or 303-861-5005 

Girls Inc.

Volunteer Description: Positions due vary but program volunteers assist instructors who deliver Girls Inc. curriculum and facilitate interactive activities to girls in 1st-10th grade. Program volunteers help to cultivate a safe and positive environment for girls through behavior management and inspiring a culture of sisterhood.

Contact: or 303-893-4363 x 104

Boys and Girls Club
Volunteer Description: From coaching to conducting science experiments to art projects to homework help, there are a variety of ways individuals can volunteer.
Contact: Check out the website for the closest Boys and Girls Club for more information 

Learning Assistant at Metropolitan State University of Denver

Volunteer Description: Serve as an upper-division students in reformed introductory courses in the role of Learning Assistants (LA). LAs receive special preparation in facilitating learning through questioning rather than through telling in the required STEM Teaching and Learning class.

Tutoring for CO-WY AMP

Volunteer Description: Do you have above a 3.0 in Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science,  Engineering, Math or Physics? Volunteer to Tutor with CO-WY AMP.
Contact: or 303-615-0293

Summer Science Institute

Volunteer Description: The Summer Science Institute is for middle school students (incoming 6th, 7th, 8th grade). The students will engage in hands-on activities in the STEM field such as 3D Printing, Math, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Rocket Science, Meteorology, Water Environment and Physics. There are four sessions, each session is two weeks. At the conclusion of each session is a day-long field trip to Elitch Gardens to study Physics. 
Contact: or 303-615-0293

Summer Science Scholars

Volunteer Description: The Summer Science Scholars program will give students entering 10th through 12th grade the chance to explore Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science and Mathematics concepts in depth. The students will be involved in real world research projects. 
Contact: or 303-615-0293

Girls in STEM 

Volunteer Description: 

Serve as a Middle School Chapter Lead whose primary role is to coordinate and facilitate monthly 2 hour meetings. (Estimated 10 hours a month between prep and day of tasks) At each meeting there will be a teacher as well. Current Chapters are at North Arvada Middle School, Campus Middle School, STEM Middle School and South Metro High School*
*The high school format is a little different but you are interested in serving at South, simply let them know.
Contact: or 720-551-9738
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