讲座:Science Competition and Science Research for Middle school and High School Students

Science Competition and Science Research Workshop 

for Middle school and High School Students

When: 7:00 to 8:30pm. Monday, Jan. 5th. 2015
Where: 1340 S De Anza Blvd. Suite 204, San Jose, CA 95129
Contact: 408-366-2204, 408-480-7547, spring.light.edu@gmail.com
Fee: $30/person

What students/parents will get out of this workshop:

  • An introduction to the wide variety of science competitions in middle school and high school
  • Strategies for getting on competition teams (Science Bowl, Science Olympiad, etc.)
  • Tips on how to build yourself up and differentiate yourself as a science student
  • How to get research opportunities
  • Insight into how James achieved success in science competitions
Who: 
James Ma is a recent graduate of Lynbrook High School who has just finished his first semester at Yale University. He has been invited back for a third time to give a seminar on science competitions. He has extensive experience in science competitions, both in middle school and high school. Some of his achievements include:
  • One of 100 Yale “likely letter” recipients for strength in STEM fields
  • Research intern at various labs (Stanford, ASU)
  • Founder of Science Fair Mentorship program for middle school students
  • President (12), Treasurer (11) of Science Club
  • Captain of Varsity Science Bowl team
  • Physics Bowl Team – First Place
  • Physics Olympiad Semifinalist
  • Numerous science fair awards

What he will be covering:

  • An overview of science competitions for middle school and high school
  • Science Bowl
  • Science Olympiad
  • Bio/Chem/Physics Olympiad
  • Many more
  • How to create competition teams at your school
  • What he was involved in and how he achieved success in each competition

Seats are limited. Register Soon!

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