SoundBio Lab ( www.sound.bio ) is Seattle’s biology makerspace, supporting hands-on learning and community contributions to science. The Board of Directors supports SoundBio Lab’s vision of empowering communities through equitable access to the life sciences , and we are looking for new members!
- Are you passionate about increasing access to science and making STEM more equitable?
- Are you looking for a leadership position with a local nonprofit organization?
- Are you motivated by the opportunity to help our community develop and grow?
- Are you a professional seeking to expand your resume through more service experience?
- Do you have expertise in marketing, strategic planning, project management, community outreach, finance, or non-profit law?
If any of the descriptions above match you then we invite you to apply to join SBL Board of Directors by using the form below.
→ APPLICATION FORM LINK (https://forms.gle/fhtDov6SCGGFQ4Us9)←
This is an exciting time to join! The Board is preparing to work on our strategic plan for the next 5-years, as well as the programs we’ll be restarting in our biology lab space in Seattle’s U-district once it’s safe to do so.
Each Board Member attends a monthly Board meeting and participates in at least one committee. More information can be found in the application form linked above. Please share this invitation with anyone that you think might be interested and if you have questions please contact email@example.com.
We look forward to receiving your application!
The SoundBio Lab Board
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About SoundBio Lab
1100 NE 47th St, #103, Seattle, WA 98109, US
SoundBio Lab is a community of amateur and professional science enthusiasts dedicated to promoting science education, providing access to biotechnology, and fostering self-learning in order to promote science understanding and inspire the next generation of scientists.
SoundBio is a small DIY biology focused, volunteer run organization in Seattle. We provide workshops and resources to help spread the DIY biology movement and inspire scientific curiousity. SoundBio sits on three mission-critical legs: building community within DIY biology, enhancing and promoting public science, and facilitating public access to biotechnology equipment and space.
Each person and their ideas at SoundBio is treated with respect to foster inclusiveness and enthusiasm for science.