Online registration for students opens on January 13th, 2020 and closes on February 24th, 2020.
Participating in a science fair is a great way for students to begin learning about science through planning, conducting experiments, and presenting their findings.
How teachers can help their students:
- aid in understanding the science fair rules and guidelines (PDF, requires free Adobe Acrobat Reader.)
- plan projects that follow the scientific method
- help create a winning presentation
If a student would like to participate in the SEE, they are required to obtain consent from an adult sponsor. The adult sponsor may be their teacher in which case the teacher will need to:
- review the student’s project
- checklist for adult sponsor (1)
The 2020 SEE needs YOU!
In addition to supporting and encouraging students entered in the Science and Engineering Expo, we are in need of teachers to participate as judges. Our goal is to partner a profession in the STEM field with a teacher to create a judging team. We are in need of 200 judges to evaluate the 350+ student projects.
Training will be provided to all judges and breakfast, lunch, and complimentary parking will be provided the day of the event. Judges should plan for a half-day commitment starting at 8am and ending at approximately 1pm.
Need some ideas for projects? Ask for our topic suggestions page. In addition to these links, the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair Web site provides excellent information for teachers, including further explanations of rules and regulations for science fair projects.