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Big Bang 2018 Volunteer Information and Feedback

Thank you very much for volunteering to be part of Warwick's contribution to the Big Bang 2018, we are really reliant on our volunteers to create a good experience, and are hugely grateful for you giving up your time. If you haven't already done so, please make sure you read our information for volunteers, and after the show, please complete the below feedback form.

The presentation made at the volunteer briefing is also available for reference.

We will be giving out 'Thinking About Science' brochures to pupils (one for pre-GCSE and one for pre-A-level/university) in 'goody bags'. These contain lots of information on science careers linked to subject areas, so you should find them sufficient for fielding questions. Reference copies will be available at the fair.

Which department’s stand did you help with? (required)
Please assess how well you think the activity you helped with met the objectives of the Big Bang Fair. (required)
My skills and/or confidence in talking to the public have increased. (required)
My ability to express scientific concepts in an engaging way has improved. (required)
I have been able to network with academics and students across the Faculty of Science. (required)
I enjoyed being able to experience the Big Bang Fair as a visitor. (required)
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