The New Jersey March for Science is a satellite march of the March for Science being held in Washington D.C. on the same day, April 14, 2018


the 2018 New Jersey March will occur on April 14 in Trenton, NJ.

We are working to create an informative, educational, and uplifting program that speaks to the importance of science and evidence-based decision-making as we face the difficult problems confronting our nation and our world. Stay tuned for further announcements about the march schedule. 

For news, information, and updates Follow us on facebook and Twitter @NJScienceMarch.

Get Involved

Register for the March at our EventBrite page                                          (registration is free, but an accurate headcount will help us plan)


To realize the March for Science in New Jersey, we need the support of sponsors to spread the word, connect us with potential speakers, and help the financial costs associated with the march. 

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Interested in helping out on the day of the march? Fill out a volunteer form and we will be in touch


Want to Show your Support for the New Jersey March for Science? Purchase official merchandise here. All proceeds go toward march expenses.



The organizers of the New Jersey March for Science are volunteers and are not being compensated in any manner for their time and dedication to this event. Information is shared and disseminated as quickly as possible. Nothing in the information provided is intended to create a contractual relationship and Organizers are merely acting as facilitators to aid in the success of the event. Any person participating in the New Jersey March for Science does so at their own risk and at their own expense. No warranty of any kind, express or implied, are made by the New Jersey March for Science Organizers and Sponsors nor are Organizers and Sponsors liable for any monetary loss, personal injury, cancellation of event or misinformation. Participants release New Jersey March for Science Organizers and Sponsors from any and all legal liability and acknowledge that participation is at their own risk.