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MASA 2020: Science and Democracy

Milwaukee Area Science Advocates will host an organizing meeting at the Milwaukee Public Museum on Sunday, January 26th, for science/STEM professionals, students, and enthusiasts interested in working with us on our plans for local science advocacy in 2020. Join us for the discussions, and find a place for yourself advocating for science today!

Sunday, January 26th
2:30 to 4:30pm 

Milwaukee Public Museum
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Leadership & Planning for MASA 2020

The meeting will focus on new leadership and events for 2020. We need help planning a public science gathering in March to which local candidates for public office will be invited to speak and answer questions on science-related issues. We’ll also discuss what we can do as science advocates living in the host city for the July 2020 Democratic National Convention. We’d love to hear your ideas!

Join Us & Connect with Your Community

We are interested in volunteers who have an enthusiasm for science and a willingness to advocate for it. If you have special skills, can help explain some of the science behind public policy, have experience planning events or fundraising, can write about science issues, can help us maintain our communication and media platforms, know how to help us continue our outreach to the local STEM community, or just want to help, we would love to speak with you now.

We’ve accomplished a lot since the 2017 March for Science – Milwaukee, but there’s so much more to do. Please join us as we stand up for science in 2020!

For Further Information…

To learn more about MASA 2020: Science and Democracy and to RSVP, visit the Facebook event page here.


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Get Involved

Help advocate for science in the Milwaukee Area!

Milwaukee Area Science Advocates (MASA) is 100% volunteer run and relies on passionate and motivated people like you! We’re a friendly group of scientists and science enthusiasts and we’d love your help in the following teams:

  • Community Engagement – event & program planning, writing, tabling
  • Marketing – social media, editing, graphic design
  • Operations – IT, human resources, recruiting
  • Finance – fundraising, bookkeeping, grant writing
  • Event Volunteer – day of event assistance

Please fill out the form below to share how you’re interested in volunteering.

*We are actively working to accommodate minors - please check back! Volunteers under 18 accompanied by a legal guardian may be considered.

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