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NYC Science & Engineering Fair

Description: The New York City Science and Engineering Fair is seeking staff volunteers to help run the fair as smoothly as possible. Each year, we host hundreds of high school students and judges. Approximately 450 projects will display and demonstrate their science and technology projects in a preliminary round of competition, and about 150 at the final round. Approximately 13 projects and about 18 students are selected to represent New York City at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. Hosting a large event needs many helpful hands to assist with the logistics of the day. If you are a college student or an employee and are interested in helping out, please sign up. Important Dates for NYCSEF 2018: Preliminary Round, Sunday, March 4th at The City College of New York Finals Round, Tuesday, March 20th at the American Museum of Natural History

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Company Name The New York City Science and Engineering Fair
About the Company: The New York City Science and Engineering Fair, the largest high school research competition in NYC, is sponsored by the New York City Department of Education and the City University of New York. Each year, hundreds of students participate from all over the five boroughs. This year’s top awards include scholarships to study at CUNY’s City College of New York, Hunter College Queens College as well as an all-expense paid trip to represent NYC at the 2018 Intel ISEF. More details about all of the NYCSEF events can be found here. NYCSEF is affiliated with the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. Winners of the NYCSEF competition will represent Team NYC at the INTEL ISEF and compete for more than $4,000,000 in awards. Students interested in participating in future NYCSEF events are encouraged to review the NYCSEF Rules and Guidelines.
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