Volunteer credit: 3 hours
The Invasive Species Council of BC is pleased to host the 2022 Youth Mini Summit: “Science Communications”, June 2, 2022.
Did you know that you can protect the environment through communicating clearly? Narrative is a powerful tool for effective communication, why not apply it to science? Join young adults aged 15 to 30 from across British Columbia to learn how to be an effective science communicator and how to use storytelling techniques to make your message more powerful and impactful!
Learn simple and practical tools, define and refine your message during this interactive workshop. Participants will also learn how to identify the key components of an effective story and how to share science ideas in a compelling story format.
The SciCATS (Science Communication Action Team, uh, Something) are a collective of Vancouver-area science communicators (and cat fans) providing skills-based science communication training, resources, and in-person workshops. SciCATS believes that anyone, anywhere should be able to learn the why and the how of science communication!