Teach-In Reservation Form 2018 (March for Science – Denver)
The second annual Denver March for Science will take place on April 14, 2018 in Civic Center Park.

The Teach-in is a gathering of scientists, educators, and leaders from a wide variety of disciplines to discuss their work, effective science communication strategies, and training in public advocacy through conversations, displays, and/or hands-on activities. We will have a designated area for tables and booths at Civic Center Park from 10am to 2pm on April 14, 2018.

WE CAN ONLY CONFIRM YOUR SPOT IF YOU APPLY BEFORE MARCH 24th; if you miss that deadline, please do still respond and we will let you know if there is still space. But your prompt response will allow the March to properly group all participants according to their specialties (energy, physics, healthcare, etc.) and allow us to reserve tables and chairs if you require them.

There is NO FEE to you or your organization if you want to participate, though we suggest a donation of $30 per table.

(click here to donate: https://www.gofundme.com/mfsden2018/)

Due to the requirements of our free speech city permit, Teach-In space is only available to non-profit, not-for-profit organizations and to individuals. While corporations and political parties will not be represented at the Teach-in, individuals with science expertise may apply as an individual. Given the organizational restrictions, you may be asked to present as an individual instead of as representative of a business or for-profit organization.

Thank you for your interest and participation!

Respectfully,

March for Science-Denver

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