TELUS Spark Science Centre
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About TELUS Spark Science Centre

TELUS Spark, Calgary’s science centre, is a city jewel. When it opened in its current location in 2011, it was the first purpose-built science centre in the country in 25 years. It houses the largest dome theatre in western Canada and attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors a year and launches blockbuster shows. It changes lives and opens doors to – 
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Our CEO and President - Mary Anne Moser

Mary Anne Moser - Spark's CEO and President
Mary Anne Moser has built a career at the crossroads of science and society as a strategist, communicator and not-for-profit sector entrepreneur. She was the founding editor of Banff Centre Press in 1995, created the Banff Science Communications Program in 2005, started Canada’s Iron Science Teacher competition in 2007 and co-founded Beakerhead in 2012. She is the editor of two books on science in society: Immersed in Technology: Art and Virtual Environments and Science, She Loves Me. She holds a bachelor of science degree in zoology, master’s in communications, and an interdisciplinary PhD. Mary Anne joined Spark in 2019.

Careers at Spark

The purpose of Calgary’s Science Centre (Spark) is unwavering. Spark exists to make lives — and the world — better through an affinity for science. Through visits to Spark, and encounters with Spark in the community, people are lifted up by the positive power of curiosity, experimentation and creativity. Spark is a registered charity. The outcome is profound. Spark helps people of all age’s fuel up for the future because at Spark, science, technology and invention is embedded in cultural experiences. This creates new points of access to the disciplines at the core of innovation. Join the Spark team to transform lives and inspire the future. Current job listings can be found here: https://www.sparkscience.ca/get-involved/careers

Volunteer at Spark

As a not-for-profit organization, Spark engages more than 200 volunteers per year to support program delivery in a variety of public-facing and behind-the-scenes roles. - Create remarkable and welcoming experiences for visitors from all walks of life - Develop and share professional skills at the interface of science and society - Join a community of people passionate about making the world a better place by sharing science infused with creativity and humanity - Earn credit for school or community work - Understand different potential career options More information on how to volunteer at Spark can be found here: https://www.sparkscience.ca/get-involved/volunteer