March for Science Cincinnati - Volunteer Form
Thank you for your interest in helping with the March for Science Cincinnati!
Event Information
This year's March for Science Cincinnati event will take place on Saturday, April 14, 2018 from 11 am to 3 pm at Sawyer Point. We are expanding this year's event to include a science-based festival immediately following the rally & march. Science organizations and science advocates will be providing information, demonstrations and experiments for both children and adults.

We are seeking volunteers to help with community outreach and to help on the day of the event.

Mission
The March For Science Cincinnati is dedicated to raising the awareness of the value and contribution of science in the Greater Cincinnati community. We are committed to championing local scientists, supporting science education, funding for future scientist programs in local schools, and to encouraging citizens to vote for science.

The March for Science Cincinnati will objectively, apolitically, and unapologetically address any scientific subject including, but not limited to: evolution, climate change, comprehensive sex education, vaccines, reproductive rights, and any evidence-based science advocacy.

The March For Science Cincinnati subscribes to the mission and values of the national March For Science organization:

The March for Science champions publicly-funded and publicly-communicated science as a pillar of human freedom and prosperity.

We unite as a diverse, nonpartisan group to call for science that upholds the common good and for political leaders and policy makers to enact evidence based policies in the public interest.

Values
Evidence-driven: We believe that the scientific method, and findings that result from its responsible use, are powerful tools for decision making.

Inclusive: We integrate our commitment to diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion into all of our events, outreach, and advocacy efforts.

Nonpartisan: As nonpartisan political advocates, we act with the understanding that science does not belong to any political party and that scientific evidence is an essential part of good policy making at every level of government.

Transformative: We do not merely react to the problems of today. We look forward, aspiring toward an inclusive, integrated vision for the future of science and science policy.

Adaptive: We are a reflective and self-critical organization that values ongoing internal evaluations and corrections. We invite feedback and encourage community conversations.

Do you agree with the mission and values of March for Science Cincinnati as listed above? *
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