Mina Kim, a Foundry postdoc specializing in colloidal nanocrystal chemistry, was recently interviewed for Elements in regard to her volunteer work.
Mina noted that much of her volunteer work is through the Lab’s Government and Community Relations Office. Some of the volunteer opportunities she has taken part in include sorting food for foodbanks, building a fence for a youth home, and planting trees in Oakland.
April was National Volunteer Month, so Elements interviewed Mina about her volunteer experience. But volunteer projects can use help throughout the year. Lab opportunities are available on Community Relations’ website.
Read the full interview here.