CONROE, TX — The Education for Tomorrow Alliance is seeking community volunteers to serve as science fair judges at the annual SCI://TECH Chevron Phillips Chemical Senior High Science Fair this Thursday, January 27 at the Lone Star Convention Center . SCI://TECH is a collaboration between Conroe ISD, Education for Tomorrow Alliance and regional private schools that engages more than 4,000 K-12 students in 13 science, engineering, engineering and math activities over multiple weekends each year.
Volunteers are needed for several SCI://TECH events scheduled through March 5th, and the greatest need is for science fair judges on Thursday, January 27th. Volunteers will review and grade student projects for a three-hour shift starting at 8:00 am. The Science Fair allows students to examine real-world questions and practice their presentation skills while competing for spots to get to the Houston Science and Engineering Fair and state and international competitions. Additional health and safety guidelines will come into effect this year. No previous knowledge is required, the training takes place on site. Volunteers can register as science fair judges or view the full SCI://TECH calendar at www.efta-us.org/scitech.
The Education for Tomorrow Alliance is a nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering educational and community partnerships to foster student success in Montgomery County, Texas. With innovative programs focused on science, technology and career preparation, EfTA is the portal through which business leaders can access and strengthen local education. Learn more about SCI://TECH or Education for Tomorrow Alliance’s other programs at www.efta-us.org.