Science Story Time:
As part of my role as a Science Ambassador during my undergrad, I helped run experiments at our monthly Science Story Time events. Science Story Time brought in preschool children to learn about science through the use of scientific children's books. After the book was read, myself and other Science Ambassadors guided the children through experiments that pertained to the scientific concepts mentioned in the book.
Spooky Science Night:
The Halloween Spooky Science Night was a brand new event created and implemented my senior year of undergrad, for which I served as the main organizer. This event was open to the entire campus and included multiple scientific activities and demonstrations such as dry ice bubbles, an anatomy guessing game, a ping-pong ball explosion, and more. It also included catered food, a science-themed costume contest, and a photo booth station.
Penn State Behrend STEAM Fair:
Penn State Behrend's annual STEAM fair brings in ~1,500 participants from K-12 schools in the area to learn about science and partake in various scientific activities and games. I volunteered for 3 years to run experiments pertaining to environmental science (using a watershed table to demonstrate the flow of toxins into Lake Erie), biology (extracting DNA from strawberries and making DNA barcode bracelets), and chemistry (creating dry ice bubbles).