Announcements

2018 National Youth Science Camp News Page

To keep up with 2018 National Youth Science Camp (NYSCamp) in the News, please go to the following: 2018 NYSCamp News You can also see the 2018 NYSCamp Blog at: 2018 NYSCamp Blog If you come across an article about the National Youth Science Camp that is not listed, please email pi@nysc.org  

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NYSF Collaboratory

The NYSF has created a new online social destination, NYSF Collaboratory, to help connect alumni, presenters, staff, and donors who support the mission of the NYSF to inspire lifelong engagement and ethical leadership in STEM. Use the NYSF Collaboratory to: Connect: Engage old friends and make new as you connect with NYSCamp delegates, staff, and…

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HS SENIORS SOUGHT FOR PRESTIGIOUS SCIENCE CAMP

Across the country high school seniors who show academic achievement in one or more areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) are being sought to apply for an “experience of a lifetime” at the 2018 National Youth Science Camp (NYSCamp). This well established program is provided at no charge to the selected students, which…

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NYSCamp Alumna of the Year 2017 – Julie Robinson, ID 1985

The National Youth Science Foundation has selected Dr. Julie Robinson as the 2017 National Youth Science Camp Alumna of the Year. Congratulations! The Charleston Area Alliance will welcome Dr. Robinson, Chief Scientist of the International Space Station (ISS) as its Elevations Professional Women’s Network Luncheon speaker on Thursday, October 19, 2017. Robinson will describe how…

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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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