2015 Ying Tri Region Science And Engineering Fair & Central New York Science And Engineering Fair Judging Opportunities

Greetings fellow astrophiles,

Two requests for judging have come across my inbox from TACNY for the Ying Tri Region Science and Engineering Fair (TRSEF) on Sunday, March 15th and the Central New York Science And Engineering Fair (PDF Link) on Sunday, March 22th. I am volunteering for both events and encourage others with any science inclination to see just how smart some of our CNY youths are.

1. Ying Tri Region Science and Engineering Fair – Sunday, March 15th

The Ying TRSEF needs at least 100 judges! Please recruit friends, families, college students, coworkers, and colleagues. For more information about the Ying-TRSEF event, see the following links:

1. For Event Information: www.yingtrsef.org/judges/
2. To Register As a Judge: www.yingtrsef.org/judge-registration/


2. Central New York Science And Engineering Fair – Sunday, March 22th

Volunteers are needed this year to judge projects at the Central New York Science and Engineering Fair on Sunday, March 22, 2015 at the SRC Arena. Students from Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Onondaga and Oswego counties will compete in two divisions, the junior fair for 4th-8th graders and the senior fair for 9th-12th graders. Judges don’t need to be experts in science to listen as the students demonstrate how much they have learned and accomplished. A continental breakfast, lunch and training will be provided for the judges and volunteers. Those interested in serving as judges or volunteers can apply online here. If you have registered with the MOST online in the past, you do not have to register again. Send an e-mail to volunteer@most.org or call (315) 425-9068 x2145 indicating what fair assignment you would like (junior judge, senior judge, special awards judge, volunteer). For more information, contact the CNYSEF Director at CNYSEF@most.org. Please pass this request on to your colleagues.

The encouragement and interest shown by volunteers and judges is an essential part of the student’s science fair experience. Help inspire our future generation of engineers and scientists.

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