SARSEF Science and Engineering Fair, March 11 – 14, 2020
What if someday you could say you were partially responsible for a medical breakthrough that cures a dreaded disease? What if you read about a future Nobel Laureate, and can remember back when he or she was eight years old and studying bugs in the backyard?
As a volunteer or judge at SARSEF Science and Engineering Fair, you may experience this!
There are many ways that you can volunteer. You do not have to be a scientist to help at the science fair!
Assignments are scheduled in shifts, and we are grateful that many of our volunteers sign up for multiple days, and/or multiple shifts within a day!
Judging Day for SARSEF Fair 2020 is Thursday, March 12th!
When you judge at SARSEF, you give students the opportunity to be proud of their science. Your involvement means they know that there are people out there who really care about their work.
Qualifications range from being a professional in your field if you plan to judge at the high school level to having a high school degree and an interest in the field if you plan to judge elementary school projects.
Do you work with an organization that loves sharing about science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM)? Consider being an exhibitor at Future Innovators Night on Friday, March 13, 5:30 – 8:00pm. Last year, 4,000 community members attended to learn about the wonders of STEM and to view student science projects. We are particularly looking for individuals/organizations that can present an interactive educational outreach activity for kids.
Have questions? Please feel free to reach out to SARSEF via email or by phone: Director@sarsef.org, (520) 273-8259.