Davis, West Virginia – The National Youth Science Foundation would like to congratulate the 2021 National Youth Science Camp delegates from Trinidad and Tobago! Six delegates were selected to represent Trinidad and Tobago at the 2021 National Youth Science Camp held virtual from June 28 to July 21, 2021.
Sarah Edwards is a student at San Juan North Secondary School. Sarah will be attending the University of the West Indies, majoring in Pre-Science.
Asia Dial is a student at Bishop Anstey High School. Asia is pursuing a career as a Biomedical Engineer.
Synara Martin is a student at Bishop Anstey High School. Synara is pursuing a career as an Anesthesiologist.
Marie Hernandez is a student at Bishop Anstey and Trinity College East Sixth Form. Marie is pursuing a career as a Neurosurgeon.
Imani Zakuri is a student at Bishop Anstey High School. Imani is pursuing a career in STEM.
Jonah Hinkson is a student at Queen’s Royal College. Jonah is pursuing a career as a Mechanical Engineer.
These delegates will join around 140 other top science students from across the nation and around the world for this acclaimed honors science leadership program. For the next month, the delegates will be immersed in science lectures and directed studies lead by some of the top scientists and professors from around the world.
NYSCamp Director, Dr. Brian Kinghorn, noted, “NYSCamp delegates are some of the best and brightest STEM students from across the world and deserved to be recognized for their protentional for leadership and achievements. The virtual camp will provide them with opportunities to interact with STEM experts, build lasting friendships, and get a jump start on changing the world for good.”
Delegates will have opportunities to interact and connect with each other and to join in interactive sessions with presenters. Even though they are unable to gather in the beautiful mountains of West Virginia, the 2021 National Youth Science Camp will be an engaging, exciting, and unforgettable experience for delegates!