Did you know that Livermore Laboratory is the largest employer in the city of Livermore and the fourth largest in Alameda County? We are also one of the largest employers of Tracy residents. We are proud that Lab employees are important members of their communities and that they actively engage in city government, volunteerism and charitable giving.
There are many opportunities, both through the Laboratory and through outside
resources, for you to become involved. Various programs are listed
Events Held On Site at LLNL
|HOME Campaign||Lab's annual charity drive for local non-profit agencies and umbrella groups.||
|American Cancer Society||Annual fund raising events for cancer awareness.||Mark Costella||925-422-8999|
|Blood Drive||Onsite blood drives conducted by the American Red Cross.||LLESA Office||925-422-9402|
|Daffodil Days||Annual fund raiser for American Cancer Society.||Kirsten Sprott||925-424-4822|
|Engineer's Holiday Card Fund||Fund raiser for Livermore Senior Services Center.||Nancy Bridge Foster||925-423-9940|
|LLLWA Book Drive||Fund raiser for Laboratory Women's Association.||Elizabeth Gebur||925-424-3404|
If your Laboratory organization sponsors an onsite fundraising event involving Lab employees that you would like included on this page, contact Nadine Horner, Public Affairs Office, 3-9051.
Lab-Sponsored Community Outreach
|Super Science Field Trip||Presenters are needed for an interactive 1.5 -hour Fun With Science program offered as part of the Mon.-Friday morning Super Science field trip to LLNL for 5th grade classes.||Carrie Martin||925-424-4175|
|Speaker's Bureau||Local speaking engagements highlighting LLNL science and technology provided on an as-requested basis.||Nadine Horner||925-423-9051|
Lab-Sponsored Education Programs
|Alameda County Science & Engineering Fair||Judges are needed for this annual science fair competition serving 7-12 graders. The fair is held at Chabot College in late March.||Nadine Horner||925-423-9051|
If you are particularly interested in volunteering for the Lab's K-12 education programs, click here for more information.
Local Educational Programs
|Expanding Your Horizons in Math & Science||Workshop presenters, career fair participants and general assistants are needed for two math and science career conferences serving middle and high school girls. Conferences are held in San Ramon and Stockton.||Sarah Roberts||(925) 423-4112|
|MathCounts||Math coaches are needed to work with middle school students in Livermore. The program is run by the school district and culminates in an annual ccompetition in January.||
|TOPScience San Joaquin||Teaching Opportunities for Partners in Science (TOPScience) is a school district program that utilizes scientists as education partners in San Joaquin County elementary schools. TOPScience partners act as science and math content resources and assist in classroom presentations, family science nights, field trips, science clubs and career days.||
San Joaquin County
|TOPScience Livermore||Teaching Opportunities for Partners in Science (TOPScience) is a school district program that utilizes scientists as education partners in Livermore elementary schools. TOPScience partners act as science and math content resources and assist in classroom presentations, family science nights, field trips, science clubs and career days.||Cindy Alba
Local communities have numerous opportunities and needs for volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering in your community, the following Web-based resources can help you get connected.
- Bay Area Volunteer Information Center
- California Volunteers
- Volunteer Center of the East Bay
- Volunteer Connection
- Volunteer Match
You can also contact your local Parks and Recreation District and/or Community Services Department. Many of these offices maintain a list of volunteer opportunities within the local community.