The Norton Museum of Art is recruiting volunteers for its Wheels and Heels summer camp exhibition. Volunteers’ primary responsibility is to engage visitors in a fun, dynamic way and help create a welcoming, enjoyable experience. Volunteers will be responsible for assisting with classroom art projects, monitoring activity areas, and other Museum exhibition-related events. Museum volunteers receive incentives such as café and store discounts, exhibition walkthroughs, and a volunteer luncheon. Contact Yimarie Rivera, Program and Volunteer Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for an online volunteer application, or download and print a copy here.
Four students from Atlantic Community High School are among the group of local high school students selected for the prestigious Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience summer research internship. The internship provides highly-motivated juniors and seniors an opportunity to work alongside world-class scientists for six weeks.
The nine students selected for the 2014 program are: Ibrahim Ali, Brittany Fischer, Samantha Grubner and Revathi Ravella of Suncoast High School; Rohan Challa, Jonathan Li, David McClintockand Anton Relin of Atlantic Community High School; and Taisuke Yasuda of the Dreyfoos School of the Arts. The students were selected based on their exceptional academic records and keen interest in pursuing a career in science.
The 2014 summer research internship will run from June 16 to July 25.
Congratulations to the world champion Eagles Robotics Xperience team! They competed April 24 in the robotics world competition in St. Louis.
Click here to see the team and their robot in action on WPTV news.