Announcements

2017 NYSCamp Martha Wehrle Opening Lecture

Download Flyer The National Youth Science Foundation is pleased to announce that Jon Boggs, Dan Carder, and Greg Thompson will present the 2017 NYSCamp Martha Wehrle Opening Lecture. Speaker: Jon Boggs, Dan Carder, and Greg Thompson Where: Geary Auditorium, Riggleman Hall, University of Charleston When: Noon, Thursday, June 15, 2017 Cost: Free and open to the public. Title: The…

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WV STEM Resource Clearinghouse

Do you know of a STEM resource in West Virginia that should be listed in the WV STEM Resource Clearinghouse website?  Families, educators, community members and business/community organizations are asked to add STEM resources to the WV STEM Resource Clearinghouse website.  This will help all West Virginia students be better prepared for success in college and careers,…

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Thank You! 2017-04-17

The National Youth Science Foundation greatly appreciates the support provided by the following: Judy Guye I-77 Auto Group Alexander Chin Daniel Goodenberger We couldn’t do this without the support of hundreds of generous individuals and organizations. To Pay it Forward!, please Donate Here. This is a new feature. As we receive donations, we will recognize…

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Thank You! 2017-04-12

The National Youth Science Foundation greatly appreciates the support provided by the following: Lyondell Kally Pan Lisa Nakama Stephanie Fullerton John and Carol Belcher Mary Cochran Gat Caperton Wendy Sanger Scott Sugar Ray Cassell Sara Drews Katie Bidne Judy Engibous Robert Ward Victoria Norwood Cathedral Cafe Katherine Mitchell Defrance Robinna Lorenz Howard O’Brien Thomas Martin…

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Youth STEAM Institute

Announcement: The National Youth Science Foundation is pleased to announce that it will offer a new STEAM enrichment program in summer 2017 for students between 9 and 16 years of age. The 2017 Youth STEAM Institute at the NYSCenter will provide groups of 24 students an opportunity to enhance their experience, confidence, and leadership in Science, Technology, Engineering,…

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We Need Your Help!

As we close 2016 and look forward to the New Year, the trustees and staff reaffirm our commitment to inspiring lifelong engagement and ethical leadership in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and related professions through our proven educational model for mentoring, challenging, and motivating students. We need your help – please make a charitable donation today….

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Giving Tuesday 2016

Every year two of the top science students from each of the United States and others from around the world are selected to attend the National Youth Science Camp (NYSCamp). For a month between high school and college they study alongside preeminent professionals exploring science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). They participate in variety of outdoor adventure…

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Green Bank Observatory

The National Youth Science Foundation has a long-standing relationship with the Green Bank Observatory through its programs, including the National Youth Science Camp, the West Virginia Governor’s School for Mathematics and Science, and the West Virginia Youth Science Camp. If you have fond memories of your time at the GBO, please take a few minutes…

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2017 National Youth Science Camp Applications OPEN!

Are you or do you know a current 12th grader who has high aptitude and interest in STEM, is well-rounded and has some leadership potential? Then send them to http://apply.nysc.org now to apply be considered for the experience of a lifetime. The prestigious National Youth Science Camp (an established 50+ year old program) hosts up to two…

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President Obama Recognizes NYSC Alumnus

President Obama Town Hall in Buenos Aires, Argentina at Usina del Arte, Weds. Mar. 23, 2016 President Obama said, It’s where a young person can learn skills in the state of West Virginia in the United States, and put them to work right here in Argentina. So, Gino Tubaro, who’s here today — where’s Gino?…

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