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TeamUP Science is a chariable organization that is ran entirely by community volunteers. We are a group of diverse individuals with a passion for improving the scientific literacy of youths in Canada through innovative means.

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You can either become a short-term or a long-term volunteer. Short-term volunteers help with events when they occur and do not have to commit to a regular meeting schedule. Long-term volunteers are given assigned positions within TeamUP Science and help develop programs.


General Volunteers

General volunteers are the nuts and bolts of TeamUP Science! They will be helping out with short-term projects, like fundraisers or the Interdisciplinary Science Competition, and also can participate in various other projects by sitting on subcommittees. This presents a great way to get involved with TeamUP Science, but requires no long-term commitment on the part of the volunteer.

If your schedule is sporadic, but would like to help out regardless, please consider being a general volunteer. You can commit as much time as you would like.

Directors

Directors are the gears of TeamUP Science! Directors sit on subcommittees throughout the year and are in charge of specific projects or tasks. They also are an important part of the teams led by our Executives and are expected to commit regularly to TeamUP Science efforts.

If you apply to be a Director, you will have a paramount opportunity to exercise leadership skills and gain hands-on experience with planning and executing projects. All applicants will be contacted for an interview with a TeamUP Science executive.

Executives

The TeamUP Science executive team, which includes the President, are the operators of the organisation. All executives are elected in March for the following year (Fall & Winter semesters) by TeamUP Science members. All executives have their own portfolio to manage and work as a team to make decisions that impact the direction of TUS Projects.

If you are interested in leading TeamUP Science, do consider volunteering with us and getting to know our organisation. You can have a look at the current executive team under the “Our Team” page and direct any questions to them.