Indiana Canine Assistance Network is an organization that provides children and adults with disabilities a service dog to help them live more independent and productive lives.
Carefully screened incarcerated adults train the dogs, giving them professional and life skills that help with a successful re-entry into our communities.
Our Mission at ICAN at IU
We are a group of dedicated students with a passion for dogs and helping individuals in our community! Our goal is to raise awareness about service dogs and raise money for the Indiana Canine Assistance Network. We hope that our support will better not only the individuals we will be working with but future generations to come!
CONCERNED SCIENTISTS @ IU
in collaboration with
Union of Concerned Scientists
Environmental Management & Sustainable Development Association (EMSDA) and
Students for Equity in Public Service (SEPA)
is proud to present
Union of Concerned Scientists
Effective Communication with Legislators
Or… How to be a Lobbyist for Science
Are you a Scientist? An Advocate for Science? Proud of the work you do? We are! Join Concerned Scientists @ IU and Union of Concerned Scientists to let your member of Congress know that they should care too! Learn how to plan, conduct, and follow up on an in-person meeting with your United States senators. The training will be followed by opportunities to lobby in-district, including a lobby day the following day in Indianapolis on Friday, February 23rd. Continue reading “How to be a Lobbyist for Science – today (Thursday, Feb. 22) at 12:30 p.m. FREE LUNCH!”
Girls Inc. is a local, non-profit organization in Bloomington that helps girls in the community be “strong, smart, and bold.” This summer, Girls Inc. is hosting STEM Week! in conjunction with other IU science departments like physics, chemistry, and computer science. Biology day will be held on Wednesday, June 22, from 10am-4pm. Approximately 12-15 girls ranging from ages 10-16 come to Jordan Hall for a fun day of activities.
Continue reading “Volunteers needed for June 22 Girls Inc. event in Jordan Hall”
Indiana University is hosting the Indiana State Science Olympiad and there are a number of activities going on here on campus the day of the event, Saturday March 19th. The competition this year features a fossil identification challenge and we’re in need of volunteers to help with the grading of the fossil activity (key provided). You don’t have to be paleo-inclined, just willing to help out with a group of highly motivated high school and middle school students that are interested in the history of life on this planet.
Continue reading “Volunteers needed for Science Olympiad Fossil Challenge”
Volunteer to teach area sixth-grade students about our awesome natural heritage through multiple stations including karst, creeks, wetlands, and forests. Here are the dates:
Tuesday, March 8
Tuesday, March 22
Tuesday, March 29
Tuesday, April 5
Tuesday, April 12
Tuesday, May 10 (rain date)
Duties: If you have an interest in the outdoors and enjoy working with children, sign up for our Leonard Springs Nature Day programs. Station facilitators and group leaders are needed.
Program Time: 9:15 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
Continue reading “Leonard Springs Nature Days Seeks Volunteers”
The Biology Outreach Department takes hands-on biology activities to several classrooms throughout Bloomington and we need volunteers! We need volunteers to help run small group activities with 3rd graders. We ask that volunteers commit to one or two classes for 5 visits over the course of the semester. We do provide transportation to and from Jordan Hall to the elementary schools. If you are interested in volunteering, please look over this 2016 Spring Third Grade Recruitment Schedule. If a class fits with your schedule, please email me at email@example.com.
Volunteering is a great way to meet new people, to help those in need, to use your skills or learn new ones, to keep your resume current and to have fun! Connect to the Bloomington community by making service part of your IU experience! At the Bloomington Volunteer Network website, you’ll find over 400 volunteer opportunities in every possible area. Whether it’s volunteering with kids, animals or senior citizens, in issue areas like domestic violence, homelessness or hunger, or building up a community asset like WonderLab or the Buskirk Chumley Theater, Bloomington is waiting for you to join in! Volunteering is a great way to sink down roots in the community and to meet people who care about what you care about. Go to the Volunteer Network website at www.BloomingtonVolunteerNetwork.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Lucy at 812-349-3433 to learn more.