More than 1,500 finalists from approximately 70 countries, regions, and territories will attend the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) 2013 being held May 12-17 in Phoenix, AZ. To accommodate this broad array of attendees, Society for Science & the Public is seeking 200 interpreters in a variety of languages.
Volunteer opportunities are available throughout the week in a variety of shifts, but are most vital during judging on Wednesday, May 15. Interpreters do not need to have a science or technical background to participate.
“Interpreters play a key role in helping students reach maximum success in presenting their projects,” said Alan Gordon, a SSP staff member, who will be volunteering as a Russian interpreter for the third year. “I expected to just interpret, but I left inspired by the students and their enthusiasm. It’s great to watch their reactions.”
The largest need is for:
Interpreters are also needed for:
Volunteers who serve as interpreters at Intel ISEF 2013 will receive a complimentary membership to SSP, as well as a digital badge recognizing their efforts. Unfortunately, SSP cannot provide compensation for travel or housing for volunteers.
Visit www.societyforscience.org/intelisef2013 for more information and to sign up as a interpreter.