Education Outreach Day Program will
take place on Thursday, May 16, giving thousands of middle & high school
students and teachers from across the great state of Arizona a chance to
participate in a full day of hands-on science programming. The program
encourages students to think critically, work together and get excited about
participating in the Education Outreach Day Program will be able to introduce
their organization – including career and internship opportunities – to a
unique audience of Intel ISEF visitors and attendees. In 2019, we anticipate
that over 3,000 local students and their teachers will participate in the
program with an estimated 10,000 science enthusiasts in attendance throughout
the week. The Society for Science & the Public is proud to provide
financial support for schools that might not otherwise have the resources to
The Intel ISEF Finalist Hall
premier global science competition for students in grades 9–12, Intel ISEF
provides an annual forum for more than 1,800 high school students from over 80
countries, regions, and territories to display their independent research.
School groups are invited to visit the Intel ISEF Finalist Hall, where they
will meet the finalists and learn more about the groundbreaking research
performed by their peers from around the world.
Intel ISEF "Arizona STEM
school groups will have the opportunity to experience STEM from a uniquely
Arizonan perspective. From hands-on classroom programming to mobile labs from
area museums and organizations, this interactive series of activities will
excite and engage students of all ages and abilities.