We’ve put together a timeline to help you get organised and ready for British Science Week 2020!
A long time before (September and October)
Browse the British Science Week FAQs
- Read our FAQs here
Decide roughly what kind of event you’d like to run
Decide how you’re going to pay for your activities
Sometime before (November and December)
Get some activity ideas
A short time before (January and February)
Finalise your plans
- Decide on your event’s final budget, format, content, venue and timing
- Find and recruit volunteers to help with your event on Science Live
- Allocate roles to the people who you need to help organise and deliver the event
Publicise your event/activity
- Read the British Science Week guide to publicising your event
- Use social media to get the word out. You can follow the British Science Week Twitter and Facebook for inspiration!
Promote your event
- If you need help with your event, you can find speakers, volunteers and advisors on Science Live. Science Live is the British Science Association’s event platform that enables people – whether as organisers, speakers, volunteers, or attendees – to connect with one another.
- Once the event is ready, you can promote it for free on Science Live’s event listing and map. This will help it gain visibility and attract interested people in the community!