WASHINGTON STATE SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FAIR
- Children & Youth
- Computers & Technology
- Education & Literacy
- Health & Medicine
LocationPO BOX 2412SILVERDALE, WA 98383 United States
"Promoting Future Scientists and Engineers" ** Advance the studies of Science and Engineering in grades 1-12 throughout the State of Washington. ** Organize and annually run the Washington State Science and Engineering Fair. ** Assist in providing the opportunity for students throughout the State of Washington to display their projects and be judged at annual Regional Fairs and the Washington State Science and Engineering Fair. ** As an umbrella organization, provide support, advice, and guidance for the operation of local and regional Science and Engineering Fairs throughout Washington State.
The Washington State Science & Engineering Fair (WSSEF) is one of Washington State's oldest non-profit educational organizations outside the classroom.
For more than 60 years, the WSSEF volunteers have one goal -- "To Promote Future Scientists and Engineers" to all public, private, parochial and home school students grades 1 - 12. This is accomplished by hosting an inquiry based research project STEM competition.
WSSEF gives students a forum so everyone, whether from a downtown metropolis or rural Washington students present their projects to judges listening to their innovative concepts. WSSEF encourages kids and lets them know they are appreciated; they have value, and valuable ideas.
YOUR volunteering to judge and monetary contributions are important and 100% is dedicated to the students. WSSEF does not receive state funding, school education funds or other subsidies. WSSEF depends solely on sponsorships, donations and volunteers.
JOIN the WSSEF team to "Promote Future Scientists and Engineers"!
YOU Make the Difference!
Caroline M. Stein, email@example.com www.wssef.org