Become an Aurorasaurus ambassador!
Want to become more involved with Aurorasaurus? We are seeking volunteer Ambassadors to promote Aurorasaurus in their local communities to groups, such as a photography or astronomy club, university department or student group interested in aurora. We are also interested in having your input on ideas for new website features and content.
What would you do? We have several ways for you to help:
- Spread the word about Aurorasaurus to new groups
- Educate the community on how to use Aurorasaurus and share the project’s materials
- Contribute ideas for new website features, topics for science discussion, and perhaps even help out with some of analysis of aurora reports
We will supply promotional materials and, where possible, will even arrange a guest lecture from local aurora scientists. The possibilities are endless, and we’d love to hear your ideas!
Please fill out this form if you're interested in becoming an Aurorasaurus ambassador and helping encourage other aurora enthusiasts to advance our understanding of aurora by submitting reports and voting on Tweets!
Note: this is an informal volunteer position and not directly connected to our sponsors.
What's your name? (First and last)
Where are you located? (City/state and country)
What's your email address, Skype handle, Twitter name, phone number, and preferred way to reach you?
What is your interest in the aurora? (e.g. avid aurora hunter, space physicist, never seen the aurora but interested)
Are you involved in a local aurora interest group? If yes, please describe (e.g. aurora photographers' group, auroral research, aurora tours).
How can Aurorasaurus help you in your local aurora-hunting community?
We want Aurorasaurus to help us find the aurora!
We want scientists from Aurorasaurus to speak to our group (in person or Skype) and teach us about them
We want to share our pictures, stories, and knowledge about Aurorasaurus on the blog
I want to help my group use Aurorasaurus
What ideas do you have to spread the word of Aurorasaurus? (Remember, no idea is too big or too small!)
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