Announcements

2011 North Carolina Delegates Selected

The National Youth Science Foundation is pleased to announce the selection of delegates from North Carolina for the National Youth Science Camp: Ms. Galen Burns-Fulkerson lives in Chapel Hill. She plans to attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her major is undecided. She hopes to become a doctor. Mr. Joshua Sheetz lives…

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2011 New Jersey Delegates Selected

The National Youth Science Foundation is pleased to announce the selection of delegates representing New Jersey at the National Youth Science Camp: Ms. Rebecca Jung lives in Teaneck and attended Teaneck High School. She plans to study biomedical engineering and computational biology at Cornell University. She hopes to become an engineer. Mr. Ryan Hall lives…

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2011 Michigan Delegates Selected

The National Youth Science Foundation is pleased to announce the selection of delegates to represent the state of Michigan at the National Youth Science Camp: Miss Fatima Mirza is from Portage and the attended Kalamazoo Area Mathematics and Science Center. She plans to study biology and business at Harvard and become a physician. Miss Ki-Joo…

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2011 Washington Delegates Selected

The National Youth Science Foundation is pleased to announce the selection of delegates who will represent Washington State at the 2011 National Youth Science Camp: Mr. Forrest Ireland is from Spokane and attended North Central High School. He plans to attend Whitworth University and become a scientific researcher.   Miss Erin Hunt is from Carrington and attended…

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2011 Texas Delegates Selected

The National Youth Science Foundation is pleased to announce selection of two delegates who will represent Texas at the 2011 National Youth Science Camp. Mr. Alex Stolzberg lives in Houston and attends Carnegie Vanguard High School. He plans to study Electrical Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. He hopes to become an electrical…

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Handcrafted Solid Oak Bench in Camp Store

Handmade solid oak bench crafted by Mountaineer Wood Industries especially for the National Youth Science Foundation.  Value of bench is $1,000; excess is considered a contribution to the Foundation for tax purposes.  Solid Oak Bench in Camp Store

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New Camp Store Front

The NYSF Camp Store has a new store front. Take a look, browse the stuff, and place your order for swag to take on your next OCE! Recently added items include a neat green ceramic coffee mug, Nike Dry Sphere hats, and BPA-free Nalgene bottles with the WV/radiotelescope logo.

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NYSC Application Deadline Extended for WV

The National Youth Science Foundation has extended the deadline for graduating seniors to apply to represent West Virginia at the 2011 National Youth Science Camp. The revised deadline is Friday, May 20, 2011. The National Youth Science Camp (NYSC) is a residential science education program that honors and challenges graduating high school science students from…

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Office Coordinator Sought

The National Youth Science Foundation® invites applications for the position of Office Coordinator.  The Office Coordinator is a full-time non-exempt position reporting to the Executive Director.  The Office Coordinator manages office procedures and other tasks as assigned by the Executive Director.  Salary is commensurate with experience. For more information please see: Office Coordinator

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Your Everlasting Science Camp OCE

Ms. Katie Inderbitzen, NH 1998, Staph 1999 Katie and Dr. Enid Sichel (Mass. Maritime Academy) aboard the R/V Atlantis prior to Dive #4436 in the Alvin submersible in September, 2008.  We dived 2660m down to the seafloor to work on several of the subseafloor observatories (CORKs) installed on the Juan de Fuca Ridge flank.  These…

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