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Benson Polytechnic High School
Lake Oswego B
Lake Oswego A
Neah Kah Nie A
Neah Kah Nie B
You were all amazing!
Congratulations to the winning team: Benson Polytechnic High School, Portland, OR
And a special welcome to the new team from Nestucca HS: We're so glad you joined us this year!
The National Oceanic Sciences Bowl (NOSB) is a nationally recognized and highly acclaimed high school academic marine sciences competition. Schools form teams of 4-5 students to compete in a quiz-bowl to win great prizes, scholarships, and a chance to compete at the national competition. OSU hosts the Salmon Bowl, Oregon’s regional NOSB. Each year, over 150 students, teachers, and community members volunteer to help enrich science teaching and learning. Together, we enhance public understanding and stewardship of the oceans while promoting student exposure to STEM.
Recruit as many volunteers as possible to help with the many facets involved in making this competition come to life! We need volunteers not only for the main event on Saturday, but we will also need volunteers to help with set-up and practice rounds.
Volunteer opportunities are divided into two categories, game officials and support staff. If you have prior NOSB/Salmon Bowl experience and/or have a preference for your role, please let us know! Game official positions (one training session required):
Event Support Staff (helps with general logistics):
If volunteering as a game official sounds like more of a commitment than you can make, then please consider volunteering as support staff. These positions don't require any training, just set-up day and/or game-day commitment where you still get to interact with the teams.
To show our gratitude, all of our volunteers get a free t-shirt, free lunch, and a chance to amazing win prizes during our raffle! Most importantly, you’ll receive that warm fuzzy feeling that comes from donating your time to a worthwhile cause. It may just be a game, but it's a game that promotes ocean knowledge, one science question at a time.