New Mars Club Recognizes Space Foundation Volunteers

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The Space Foundation team could not do the work we do without the generous and tireless support of volunteers. Last year, we created the Moon Club to recognize volunteers who had devoted 100 or more hours at the Space Foundation. In September, we held a volunteer appreciation party and welcomed the first members of our Mars Club, recognizing those who have volunteered for 250 hours or more.

If you are interested in space and have some spare time, we need you as a volunteer. We provide meaningful volunteer work that directly supports our mission: to advance space-related endeavors to inspire, enable and propel humanity.

We have a variety of openings available. You may serve as a docent in our Discovery Center, perform light security tasks, welcome visiting schoolchildren, assist with office work or help with our annual Space Symposium at The Broadmoor. We will match you with tasks that suit your interests, experience and preferences.

Learn how you can join this fun-loving team of space enthusiasts here.

Pictured from left: Mars Club volunteer Steven Crowe, Space Foundation Volunteer Program Coordinator Jennifer Picard, Director - Space Foundation Discovery Center Travis Schenck, Mars Club volunteers Moselle Bernal and Wendy Perelstein. Mars Club members not pictured: George Carlson, Jan Carlson and David Koster.

This article is part of Space Watch: October 2014 (Volume: 13, Issue: 10).

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