NOTICE: As of January 18, 2015, no plans are set for a session of the WVYSC in 2015. Watch this page, join the NYSF mailing list, follow the NYSF on Twitter, or follow us on Facebook for announcements.
The West Virginia Youth Science Camp is a residential summer education program for high school students, modeled after the long-running National Youth Science Camp. Students from across West Virginia are engaged with exciting hands-on studies, science talks from prominent visiting scientists, and an outdoor adventure program. WVYSC is a unique community where science-minded students, educators, and researchers build friendships that last a lifetime.
The West Virginia Youth Science Camp is made possible through a partnership between the National Youth Science Foundation and the West Virginia Department of Education. In 2014 this program will be held on the campus of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank, WV.
Through long-range planning and fundraising, the National Youth Science Foundation, a nonprofit organization, conducts comprehensive informal science education programs to honor, sustain, and encourage youth interest and excellence in science. These premier science programs provide opportunity for constructive interaction with peers and visiting scientists and emphasize the social value of thoughtful scientific careers.
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