Alumni

Thank You – Mackenzie Irvine (NE 2011)

Dear Contributor, Thank you so much for everything you have done to give me, as well as my fellow delegates, this life-changing opportunity. Because of the National Youth Science Camp I have stepped far beyond my comfort zone in countless ways. I have delved into topics that before camp I would have thought to boring,…

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Thank You – Kanlayanin Jung (NJ 2011)

Dear Contributor, Picture yourselves hiking through the woods, the buzzing of small insects near your ear, the sweet sound of the wind rushing by as you continue onwards, tired and restless, but so very determined and excited to see what lies ahead these rocky steps, these vegetation and some plant life you’ve never seen before….

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Thank You – Katie Bidne (NE 2011)

Dear Contributor, Words cannot express how grateful I am for your support of the 2011 National Youth Science Camp. It was the most amazing experience of my life, which is saying quite a bit, as I have many moments that stand out, though none quite as much as this. If you are not an alum,…

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Thank You – Katie Bidne (NE 2011)

Dear Contributor, Words cannot express how grateful I am for your support of the 2011 National Youth Science Camp. It was the most amazing experience of my life, which is saying quite a bit, as I have many moments that stand out, though none quite as much as this. If you are not an alum,…

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Thank You – Jonathan Stacey (ID 2011)

Dear Contributor, Deep in the woods of West Virginia, on the first of July, I entered the realm of the National Youth Science Camp. I joined 116 other delegates from nearly every state and many countries around the globe. Over three-and-a-half weeks, we listened to lectures from some of the most renowned scientists in their…

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Thank You – Jonathan Stacey (ID 2011)

Dear Contributor, Deep in the woods of West Virginia, on the first of July, I entered the realm of the National Youth Science Camp. I joined 116 other delegates from nearly every state and many countries around the globe. Over three-and-a-half weeks, we listened to lectures from some of the most renowned scientists in their…

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Damiani Donates Trilobite Collection to NYSC

Dr. Stephen Damiani, WI 1975, endocrinologist and amateur geologist, has donated  a collection of Trilobites that he collected over the years to the National Youth Science Camp. His intent is to contribute specimens each year to build a permanent collection that can be featured at the National Center for Youth Science Education, when it is…

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Thank You – Alexis Wood (CA 2011)

Dear generous contributor, I’m pleased and ecstatic to inform you that your hard-earned and kind contribution has gone to make this crazy adventure we call the 2011 National Youth Science Camp, an experience of a lifetime. It has made an indelible mark, not only on my summer after graduating high school, but also on my…

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Thank You – Ki-Joo Sung (MI 2011)

Dear Contributor, I would like to start off with a simple THANK YOU! Thank you for supporting one of the best experiences of my life. As a 2011 delegate of the National Youth Science Camp, I have found my life completely altered in a mere timespan of less than a month. The academic opportunities presented…

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Chilean Students Say that the NYSC was an Unforgettable Experience

From the Embassy of the United States of America, Santiago, Chile José Rocha, Catterina Díaz, Alvaro Gómez and Tamara Covacevich came back from four weeks at the National Youth Science Camp in West Virginia happy, motivated, and with an unforgettable experience. The four students were selected from 325 applicants by U.S. Embassy Santiago in March…

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