Our teaching volunteers are mostly undergraduates, graduate students and postdoctoral scientists in biological fields from across New York City that believe science should not remain locked up in labs!
These volunteers work side-by-side with students, encouraging hands-on exploration, and helping students deepen their understanding of both scientific principles and careers in science.

BioBus is seeking teaching volunteers for school visits (weekdays during school), class visits, afterschool and weekend classes in our BioBase in Harlem, and public-facing events all over the city.

We are also looking for event volunteers to help out at fundraising events and happy hours and to welcome community members to mobile labs at public events!

BioBus Volunteer Sign-up

Thank you for your interest in volunteering aboard the BioBus!  Give us a little information about yourself and we'll connect you to the projects and tasks that you will enjoy and that will most help BioBus.  

Place of work, school, other relevant affiliations.

As a volunteer, I help students explore marine biology with microscopes on the bus. I also bring mutant nematode worms, the same organism I study for my PhD research, to the BioBase to show students the fundamentals of genetics. I value my experience as a volunteer because it allows me to take the subject I love and share it hands on with the a new generation of excited scientists.

Max Kramer