Volunteer Resources


As a SW (i.e. Scientists’ Warning) volunteer we welcome you to our organization. We’re glad you’ve decided to help us out and we hope we can get you more quickly oriented. This page is intended to serve as a landing page in order to help people more easily find the helpful volunteer information on our website.

You will see a “Volunteer Table of Contents” on the left hand side of this page which shows the various volunteer oriented posts available. You may click on any of the links that might interest you.

There are several opportunities to help depending on your interests and skills. Here are some of the possibilities:

  • ScientistsWarning.TV Video Production
    • The Video Editing Team.
      We always need additional help with editing and putting videos together for ScientistsWarning.TV. If you have video editing skills or think you might want to invest time learning the skill as you help out let us know.
    • The Translation Team.
      We’re always looking for volunteer translators to translate our Youtube video Transcripts, Titles and Descriptions. If you are able to translate from English to any other language please contact [email protected].
    • The Moderating Team.
      Members of this team help with moderating comments made on the various videos in our Youtube Channel.
  • The Wiki Team.
    Help write articles/content for the Wiki. See our wiki here:  http://www.scientistswarning.org/wiki/wiki-start/. If you’re interested take a look at what’s there now and see if you might be able to add to or enhance the content. You may have an idea for a topic that’s not covered or know of additional resources to add.
  • Write a Blog Post.
    You may want to write a blog post on a related topic. See our blog postings here:  http://www.scientistswarning.org/library/blog/
  • The Speaker’s Bureau.
    This team helps to organize speaking opportunities for Stuart. As a member of this team, if you have speaking, presentation skills and experience, there may be potential opportunities for you to speak on Stuart’s behalf at various planned events.
  • The Social Media Team.
    This team posts content to social media such as Facebook, Reddit, Twitter, LinkedIn and other platforms. When a new Video comes out on our Youtube channel or a new blog or wiki article is posted on our website help spread the word through social media.
  • The Website Team.
    If you have knowledge of html, css, php, wordpress, and have experience creating and/or maintaining websites than there may be an opportunity for you to help. We can certainly look at building depth to our team.
  • 9:30 am May 20, 2019 – Charles Gregoire – (Added information on the various teams and volunteer opportunities).
  • 1:30 pm Feb. 10, 2019 – Charles Gregoire – (Set up the initial volunteer landing page with a brief introduction).

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