Learn about the Cleveland March for Science at March 11 information session

The March for Science is a national movement that celebrates people’s “passion for science and a call to support and safeguard the scientific community.” The satellite march in Cleveland, OH will reflect the national organization’s mission by taking to the streets in Public Square in downtown Cleveland on April 22nd. Beginning at 9 a.m., there will be family friendly activities, a rally with speakers, and the march itself.

To make this a successful event, organizers are asking for volunteers from our community. To become a volunteer, fill out the volunteer form on our website, sciencemarchcle.com. Additionally, organizers will be holding a meeting to train volunteers on Case Western Reserve University’s campus. At the meeting, organizers will be discussing and assigning roles to the various tasks needed to make this march successful. The details of the meeting are below:

Volunteer Information/Training Session
Hosted by the March for Science Cleveland
Saturday, March 11, 2017
Noon – 2pm
Schmidt Auditorium
Pytte Science Center
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, OH

Pytte Science Center is located on Adelbert Road, across the street from Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital. Park at the hospital or under Severance Hall, or in the VIC lot next to Crawford Hall (across Euclid from East Blvd) or at meters along Euclid Ave or take the Health Line bus.

There’s a great film fest 3-10pm at the Natural History Museum afterward!

If you have any questions, please feel free to email volunteers.marchforsciencecle@gmail.com