On Friday, October 2, the 30 Broadcom MASTERS finalists arrived in Santa Clara, California. Their first stop was registration:
Then they attended orientation, where Allie Stifel, Broadcom MASTERS program manager, told them more about what to expect in the coming week:
Even the parents got in on the action, learning the Broadcom MASTERS cheer:
After that, it was on to icebreaker and teambuilding activities:
The finalists will be presenting their projects to the public TODAY (Saturday, October 3) from 1 - 4 PM PT at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. We invite anyone in the area to stop by to meet the finalists and learn more about their science and engineering projects. Admission is FREE and includes a voucher to view exhibits at the Museum.