Discover the joy of empowering students.
Be part of a dynamic team of volunteers! From helping judge competitions to creating STEM kits in the comfort of your own home, we have an opportunity for you!
Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance brings together educators, workforce partners, and the community to create learning pathways that inspire and prepare students for a STEM-enabled future.
With diverse industry support, Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance can increase equity, quality, innovation, and sustainability of STEM education—exposing students to real-world experiences and encouraging them to pursue STEM interests and, maybe, a STEM career.
Are you passionate about STEM and creating opportunities for students? If so, we have various options to harness your skills and interests to enhance STEM awareness in our community.
We host a variety of competitions and family events that can require dozens of volunteers to execute. These are one-time volunteer opportunities, and specifics will vary depending on the event and its details.Upcoming Events
Mentorship opportunities are ongoing commitments that run for a specified amount of time throughout the school year. Mentors work with a small group of students to improve math fluency skills through gameplay.Me & My Math Mentor
See It, Be It
These initiatives pair STEM professional volunteers with classrooms and community events to help showcase the diversity of STEM opportunities! Join our Speakers Bureau or STEM Demonstration Group.Advocacy Opportunities
Event Service & Support
Interested in working behind the scenes? Event service and support volunteer opportunities are non-youth-facing roles like STEM kit assembly, fundraising, or assistance with educator events.Event Service & Support
We believe STEM is everywhere, STEM is everyone, and ALL are welcome. No special backgrounds or degrees required! Just a passion for helping students realize their STEM potential.
Step 1: Create a volunteer profile
This lets us get to know you, your background, and your areas of interest. We’ll ask you to provide your contact information, share your areas of interest, and collect an emergency contact. You can also optionally provide employer information, educational background, and demographics.
Step 2: Complete a background check*
If you select that you are interested in any of our youth-serving volunteer roles, we’ll issue you a background screening questionnaire through VerifiedFirst. This serves to:
- Verify the person’s identity and legal aliases.
- Provide a National Sex Offender Registry search.
- Provide a national criminal record search.
*Not applicable if you’re simply interested in serving behind the scenes with our Event Service, Logistics, and Support opportunities; skip to step 4.
Step 3: Complete volunteer training
Review our training materials on TRSA volunteer policies and child abuse prevention and reporting.
Step 4: Get started!
Log in to your volunteer account and finish setting up your profile. You can also see a schedule of upcoming volunteer opportunities on the schedule tab.
For volunteers interested in serving in our See It, Be It squad, we’ll alert you when an educator has made a request. Be sure to enable “volunteers needed” email communications on your profile!
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