Toddycats!
Application Details

The Volunteer/Apprenticeship programme of the NUS Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research


The Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research (RMBR), NUS is inviting applications for its Friends of the Raffles Museum (Toddycats!) programme. Download the application form here.

Volunteers are known as the Toddycats!, inheriting the name from the logo of the Raffles Museum, a toddy cat on a palm leaf.

We work on a project bassis, and volunteers can choose from nature guiding to planning logistics, helping to oversee safety, communications, writing, web design or event photography. There are many opportunities in public education and research activities - you can see a summary of these at "Toddycats! Programmes".

A common activity the Toddycats share is guiding the public at the Public Gallery. Training will be provided and this is meant to provide each member with some guiding experience and skills, and a background in natural history and the Raffles Museum.

Thank you for taking an interest in this programme.
You may download and print the Application Form here.

Submit your application form to:

N. Sivasothi,
The Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research
Department of Biological Sciences
Faculty of Science, NUS
S5 (Science Library Block), Level 3

All applicants will be notified by email.

 

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Last updated on Thursday, February 17, 2005 3:20 PM