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Education Outreach Day Program

Education Outreach Day Program

Program Goals

This year we anticipate 4,000 local students and their teachers to attend the Education Outreach Day Program on Thursday, May 18, 2017.  Public and charter schools are invited to attend—many from underserved communities and schools that don’t have their own science activities.

Students experience science first-hand through a full day of interactive, hands-on science programming including viewing finalists’ projects and visiting the Intel ISEF Commons.  Students will experience real world science in action from a broad spectrum of disciplines such as marine biology, environmental science, engineering and robotics.  

The Program encourages students to think critically, work together, and get excited about science.

1)   Get local students excited about science, learning and exploring.

2)  Enable more than 4,000 students and their teachers from approximately 50 local schools to participate by providing them with grants for transportation and substitute teacher costs.

3)  Connect Los Angeles area students with local organizations such as museums, universities and professional science associations.   

Getting Involved

To find out how your organization can sponsor this outreach initiative, please contact Carole Russo.

If you are a representative of a school and would like to attend the Education Outreach Day Program, please apply here.

Funding

The total budget of $165,00 will help offset the cost of transportation, substitute teacher reimbursements and Education Outreach Day Program activities. 

 

Thank you to our 2016 Education Outreach Day Program Sponsors

Alcoa Foundation
Arizona Community Foundation - Ellis Center for Educational Excellence
Avnet
Broadcom Foundation
Burton Family Foundation
CopperPoint
Freeport-McMoRan
GoDaddy
Helios
SRP
Dr. Nelson Ying

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