Get Involved!

There are many ways you can help bring more science learning opportunities to students and schools in the Bay Area.


Your contributions make a real difference and have a direct, local impact. Our generous foundation and corporate supporters and individual donors enable CRS to provide teachers with the information and support they need to successfully bring science into their classrooms.  CRS in-class BASIS lessons are provided to teachers at no charge. Find the level of support that is right for you -- every donation is greatly appreciated! 

Share information about CRS services with a teacher you care about.

Let your teacher colleagues, your child's teacher, and school principals know about the ways CRS can help them find effective ways to weave more science experiences into their classrooms.

Become a scientist volunteer.

Develop a lesson that conveys your passion for science, or use one of our 'road tested for success' pre-developed lessons. The enthusiasm and curiosity of students, and their teachers, will leave a smile on your face and a song in your heart.  Gather a friend or two and present as a team!

Get your workplace involved.

Teambuilding through volunteering is an amazing experience. CRS can provide lessons and training to ensure your team is ready to step into the classroom with confidence.  We'll arrange visits on the days and times during the school year that work best for you.

Sponsor a Science Field Trip for Teachers, or our Annual Volunteer Appreciation Event.

Contact CRS to find out how your organization can partner with us to make these inspirational and informative events for our hundreds of teachers and volunteers possible.

​Join the Conversation

'Like' Community Resources for Science on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.  Join the conversation about CRS, science, and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education in the Bay Area. (Note:  If you don't have a Facebook or Twitter account, you can simply click the links to view the posted content.)

Together, we can inspire the next generation of students to learn about their world through scientific exploration.