FARGO, ND (Valley News Live) If you have a background in math and science then you should consider helping out organizers of the state Science Olympiad.
The North Dakota Science Olympiad competition was supposed to be held on Saturday, April 13th, in Fargo, however, due to the sudden snowstorm, the event was postponed.
Jeremy Straub, the co-director of North Dakota Science Olympia, tells Valley News Live this is an essential event for students across the region, "the state competition is the culmination of their hard work, for most teams, and critical to selecting students to advance to the national competition."
According to Straub, to reschedule the event to April 27th, they need volunteers with backgrounds in Math and Science.
Click on the link attached to this story for a list of events and more details on how to sign up.