Webinar Tomorrow: Become a Citizen Scientist to Protect the Planet!

You’re Invited!

Designed specifically for Verizon’s Corporate Employee Volunteers but open to all, tomorrow’s webinar provides an introduction to citizen science and then to SciStarter, an organization and online portal that helps people find, join, and participate in citizen science projects.

A step-by-step guide will show how to use SciStarter to find local to global projects and events in need of help from the public. From ground-truthing NASA satellite data, to sharing pictures that document biodiversity, to reporting local air quality – different projects have different levels of participation, and there is something for everyone.

This hour-long webinar will also include presentations from the SciStarter team, teaching modules about citizen science, information about Citizen Science Month in April 2020, and demonstrations on how to use SciStarter to find online and in-person projects and events specifically curated for Verizon Corporate Employee Volunteers for December 2019 to October 2020.

At 11 am EST, bring your questions and come learn how you can volunteer to save the planet. The webinar can be credited as one hour of service time for Verizon employees, but all are welcome.

How to Join

Please register on zoom.

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About the Author

Caroline Nickerson

Caroline Nickerson

Caroline Nickerson is a Senior Program Director at SciStarter where she manages the Citizen Science Month Program, SciStarter’s Corporate Volunteer Programs and other programmatic and outreach efforts, including working with SciStarter’s Syndicated Blog Network, which encompasses the Science Connected, Discover Magazine and SciStarter platforms. She spends her day helping educators, library staff, community leaders and volunteers from all walks of life do real science. Caroline is a Master of Public Policy graduate from American University, where she was a Reilly Environmental Policy Scholar, and is a current PhD student at the University of Florida. She also works with the UF-VA Bioethics Unit, the Christensen Project, Florida Community Innovation and the Commission on Local Debates. She was the 2019 Cherry Blossom Princess representing the state of Florida and the grand prize scholarship winner at Miss Earth USA 2021 as Miss Louisiana Earth.