Volunteers are a hugely important part of At-Bristol and we offer all kinds of opportunities to get involved.
As a charity, we rely on our supporters to help us achieve our aims.
Here is your chance to join us and help us to bring science to life!
There are lots of ways you can get involved, and you don’t necessarily need specialised skills or a science background.
Whatever your particular talents, we want to hear from you.
Who can volunteer?
Most of our volunteers will be over the age of 18.
We ask for a regular commitment of at least 8 hours per month, and because we want you to get the most from your training and experience, arrangements of 6 months or more are preferred.
All volunteers are required to have a background check through the Disclosure and Barring Service.
- A thorough induction
- An identified member of staff as key contact
- Ongoing support and supervision
- Help with your travel costs
How to apply:
Please follow this link to complete our online application form. If you are interested in finding out more, or have any questions about volunteering with At-Bristol, please feel free to contact the Volunteering Team on 0117 915 7122.
Do you have some relevant expertise to At-Bristol?
We have a Meet the expert programme which allows our visitors to meet professionals from a variety of backgrounds, including scientists, engineers and animators.
Previous experts have run drop-in sessions, presented shows, supported workshops and led activities relevant to their interests and expertise.
To become part of the Meet the Expert programme, please email the education team.
Whales talk to each other by making a loud clicking noise. The sound waves travel extremely well underwater so they can hear each other from 100 miles away