Each year, over 500,000 young Canadians participate in project-based science; the science fair winners from all regions of Canada are invited to the Canada Wide Science Fair (CWSF) which will be held this year in Ottawa (May 10-18). As many as 500 young budding scientists (grades 7 to 12) will be presenting their research projects to the public and to judges as they compete for well over $360,000 in prizes.
Volunteering as a judge will involve participating in a training session during the late afternoon of May 12 and serving as a judge for one or two days (May 13 and/or 14). A banquet will be provided for judges on the evening of the 14th.
What are the qualifications to be a judge at the CWSF2008?
- Bachelor degree equivalent (all academic background)
- To be dedicated to youth
What is the deadline?
Tuesday May 13 - Divisional Judging
Wednesday May 14 – Interdisciplinary Judging
If you are interested in this opportunity, please send a reply back to Leonard Kleine email@example.com or Gabriel Guillet firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us at 613 562 5800 (4775).
Once we receive your reply, we will add your name to the judge’s registration site and you will receive a message inviting you to register and providing you with a password. On behalf of the young CWSF participants, we thank you for your support.
Please feel free to share this invitation with your colleagues since we will require between 350-400 judges.
Leonard Kleine, Chief Judge CWSF 2008
Gabriel Guillet, Co-Chief Judge CWSF 2008
CWSF 2008 organizers are still looking for financial support for the Fair. If you think your employer might consider becoming a CWSF 2008 partner, please contact the chair of the Partnership Committee, Lauren Thibodeau, at email@example.com
. You can also pass the following partnership package on to your employer.