Earth Science for Society Booth Volunteer
The CSPG Foundation is looking for volunteers to help out at their booth at the Big Four building (Calgary Stampede), March 15-17, 2020. There will be core on display which we would need volunteers to explain to school-aged children and answer other earth-science related questions. Commitment time varies - a few hours up to an entire day.
Earth Science for Society (ESfS) is a fun, educational, and dynamic
geoscience outreach event in which students, families, youth groups, and
the public are given an opportunity to explore the wonders of Earth
science. Interactive, hands-on exhibits are showcased in four themed
For more information on ESfS click here.
To sign up for this volunteer opportunity please contact Kasandra.Amaro@cspg.org or 403-513-1234
Core Conference 2020
If you are interested in networking and being a part of our CSPG community, we have a great opportunity for you!
The yearly Core Conference depends on its' volunteers to ensure a successful event. Students who volunteer at least 8 hours will receive $100 off their registration fees.
With over 736 delegates and 27 presentations we have close to 30 positions available; opportunities range from Registration to Media support to our Meltdown event.
Should you have any questions or for student registration please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Medal of Merit Award Committee
1-3 volunteers needed for 2020 and beyond
Committee Profile: The Medal of Merit Committee is composed of industry professionals and annually recommends the winner of the award for the best peer-reviewed paper on a subject related to the petroleum geology of Canada. The medal is the most prestigious technical award of the society and has been awarded since 1952. The list of previous award recipients and additional information on the committee can be found on the CSPG website.
Committee Members: Work independently to evaluate the quality of papers from the previous publication year and provide input on choosing the best paper of the year. Papers and criteria for evaluating papers are supplied by the committee chair – no additional work is needed other than reading and reviewing papers.
Member Benefit: Instead of having a pile of papers you want to read, as a member of the committee you will actually stay up-to-date with the geologic literature and by doing so you will maintain and expand your geologic knowledge.
Qualifications: committee members should have an appreciation for and interest in the scientific literature and an ability to critically read scientific papers. Typically, these skills are most common with members who have an MSc or PhD and/or at least two years of industry experience but all are welcome.
Time commitment: From April to October, sufficient time to do initial screening and ranking of 30 to 50 papers, followed by detailed review/reading of 5 to 10 papers. Attend, or phone into 2-3 lunch hour meetings downtown Calgary (lunch provided). Estimated time commitment is 10-30 hours but varies by volunteer.
For more information or to volunteer for the committee please contact Ross Kukulski - email@example.com
CSPG is looking for photographers to take pictures at our events
Skills required: Basic photography, digital editing
Time Commitment: 1.5 to 4 hours per event
Duties and Responsibilities:
Bring your own camera to the event to take photos of CSPG members
participating in event. Photos to be submitted to CSPG staff
coordinator one week after the event.
Location: Various venues in downtown Calgary
Why volunteer: networking, references, build your skills
Requirements: a DSLR camera
How to Apply: send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a few photos from your personal collection