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Help out during our Sensory Sensitive Night!

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ORGANIZATION: Eugene Science Center

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Every other month, Eugene Science Center puts on a special Sensory Sensitive Night for anyone who may have a sensory processing disorder or falls on the autism spectrum. During this event, we are closed to the general public and provide various interactive activities specifically for these kids and families. We need volunteers to help with set-up/take-down and staffing Exhibit Hall activities. Prior experience working with children with disabilities is not required.

Currently there are no Sensory Sensitive Nights on the calendar, but let us know if you would be interested in helping out with one in the future!

Required: All volunteers must attend a mandatory training session, as well as complete either a background check (for volunteers 18+) or reference check (for volunteers under 18 years old), before they can work any shifts. Let us know if you’re interested in this position and the volunteer coordinator will let you know when the next training session has been scheduled.

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About Eugene Science Center


Eugene Science Center, 2300 Leo Harris Parkway, Eugene, OR 97401, US

Mission Statement

To engage, excite and inspire children toward a lifelong love of learning about science, technology and humanity.


Founded in 1961, the Eugene Science Center's mission is to engage, excite, and inspire children toward a lifelong love of learning about science, technology, and humanity. We strive to do this through interactive exhibitions, planetarium shows, and educational programs on many scientific fields and concepts. We serve 35,000 visitors each year, including 6,000 K-8 children who participated in educational programs such as school field trips, holiday/vacation programs, and summer camps. Formerly the Science Factory.


Children & Youth
People with Disabilities
Children & Youth, Community, People with Disabilities


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Eugene Science Center2300 Leo Harris PkwyEugene, OR 97401



  • Child Development
  • Special Needs
  • STEM
  • Social Work




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 15
  • Orientation or Training

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