Host an Internship

Be a STEM Like ME!℠ Mentor

Coach a Science Bowl Team

Coordinate a Job Shadow

Volunteer at a Special Event

Featured Volunteer Opportunities:

Workplace Internship Host
  • Employers host student interns their senior year from Delta High School as part of the Work-Based Learning Program
  • Internships provide students with a platform for instruction in both academic and occupational skills; opportunities to explore potential careers and receive personal guidance in identifying employment and educational goals. Delta students spend their first three years working towards discovering their future interests, creating resumes and developing skills required to succeed in “the real-world.” Practicing those skills positively impacts our partnering employers, students and the community around us. Visit thedeltahighschool.com for more information. Become a partner in STEM Education!

To host a student intern, contact Delta High School Work-Based Learning Coordinator, Juli Troxel via (509) 416-7860 ext. 5938 or juli.troxel@thedeltahighschool.com.

Get Involved with Delta High School

  • Community engagement is essential to a national model of excellence. Delta is seeking community members who want to volunteer for one or more events.
  • You can volunteer as a career guest speaker, after school tutor, mock interview & resume review volunteer, STEM expo judge, STEM-con presenter, field trip or job shadow host, internship host… and more!

To lend your time, contact Delta High School Community Coordinator Heather Hoppe via (509) 416-7860 ext. 5927 or heather.hoppe@thedeltahighschool.com or visit thedeltahighschool.com.

STEM Like ME!℠

Help middle schoolers imagine a career in your shoes by interacting with small groups of students for roughly ten minutes at a time, during an hour-long school visit.

There are various opportunities available throughout the school year. To participate in a school visit, contact the STEM Foundation via (509) 420-9316 or info@stemlearning.org. You may also visit washingtonstemeducation.org.

Boys and Girls Club

  • STEM mentoring opportunities available at Bobbie Littrell and Main Branch locations.
  • Seeking STEM advocates available to take part in programs that are interactive, collaborative, meaningful and suppport mastery.
  • Mentoring groups will meet for one hour each month.
  • You can engage youth in exciting STEM programs through the Bobbie Littrell STEM Mentoring Group on the last Wednesday of each month from 4pm-5pm at 333 Court Street, Pasco. The Main Branch STEM Mentoring Group meets the first Thursday of each month from 4:30pm-5:30pm at 801 N. 18th Avenue, Pasco.

To find the best fit for your schedule, contact Andrea Locati via (509) 543-9980 or andrea@kidexpert.org and kidexpert.org.

Junior Achievement

  • Bring STEM skills and enthusiasm to a K-12 classroom. We are seeking STEM professionals willing to attend training and make classroom visits throughout the Mid-Columbia.
  • Opportunities are ongoing during the school year. Training is offered in September/October. Class assignments based on your availability and choice of program.
  • Commitment includes a 45 minute classroom visit once a week for 5-7 weeks, depending on grade level of students. We provide the lessons and lesson plans, you bring the enthusiasm! Visit jawashington.org.

To help inspire and prepare students to succeed in a STEM-based global economy, contact Regional Program Coordinator, Connie Montoya via (509) 783-7222 or conniem@jawashington.org.

e-MERGE Program

  • Focus on the development and advancement of middle school through high school aged girls via interactive mentorship
  • Seeking professional women mentors/leaders from STEM-based corporations, government, small businesses, non-profits and academia. Mentorships may be once monthly or ongoing.
  • All sessions and activities focus on creating synergy between the need for increased STEM literacy, leadership development and community awareness/engagement. There is also a vital focus on self-esteem/character development.

Contact Kimberly Harper via (509) 308-6374 or k7immie@aol.com

National Science Bowl (NSB)

  • Beginning in January 2019, more than 9,000 high school students and 4,500 middle school students will compete in 65 high school and 50 middle school regional Science Bowl tournaments. The U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science manages the National Science Bowl, and sponsors the NSB finals competition. The Department of Energy’s Office of Science is the single largest supporter of basic research in the physical sciences in the United States, and is working to address some of the most pressing challenges of our time.
  • Several shifts include judges, set up and take down, etc.
  • Volunteer hours include: one day training along with the full Saturday on the day of the event
  • Event is in February

Contact Annette Schutzenhofer via 509-375-2229 or Annette.Schutzenhofer@pnnl.gov

Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho

  • It began over 100 years ago with one woman, Juliette Gordon “Daisy” Low, who believed in the power of every girl. Today, the organization continues her vision of building girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place by helping them discover their inner strength, passions and talents.
  • Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho serves approximately 3,100 girls with the help of 1,300 adult volunteers across 30 counties.
  • Girl Scouts considers itself the preeminent leadership development organization for girls, the leading authority on girls’ healthy development and commits to working daily with girls and women to transform the leadership landscape for girls into the next century.

Visit http://www.gsewni.org for more information.


A community of dedicated volunteers working to inspire students across Washington State to be science and technology leaders.

FIRSTWashington runs stimulating, mentor-based programs that build science, engineering and technical skills while fostering self-confidence and leadership.

Several hundred FIRST teams are located in the Mid-Columbia, and so are FIRST competitions. Students are supported by adult mentors who share their time and expertise with the teams and volunteer at our competitions, engaging students in the sport of science, technology and team-work using competitive robotics as a learning platform.

With your help, students experience the thrill and excitement of playing a sport, while developing skills needed to become part of our future workforce.

Visit www.firstwa.org for more information.

If you do not hear back from the contact person you selected above in a timely manner, please call the Foundation at (509) 420-9316 or e-mail kathy@STEMlearning.org for prompt service. THANK YOU for your interest and support!