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Volunteers support our work on all levels from judging at Young Inventors’ Program events to serving on our Advisory Board to advocating for us at local schools as ambassadors.
We match STEM professionals with local schools who are seeking help. Please note that volunteering in schools will require specific background checks.
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Please contact our team at (603) 862-3401 or email us.
Independent Students' Invention Fair
DATE: TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 2022
We are seeking judges for our Independent Students' Invention Fair, for students who invent independently at home and not through a school or organized program. The 2022 ISIF is a VIRTUAL EVENT. Judges will meet students in a live, online session to listen to presentations and engage in a Q&A session. Judges will receive training prior to the competition and can anticipate dedicating 3-4 hours total for the event.
For more information and to sign up, please email: Tina.White@unh.edu
Northern New England Invention Convention
The 2022 Northern New England Invention Convention will be a HYBRID COMPETITION, allowing students and judges to chose to participate in-person or virtually.
IMPORTANT COMPETITION DATES:
IN-PERSON COMPETITION: SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 2022 at the University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH.
VIRTUAL COMPETITION: SUNDAY, MARCH 20-THURSDAY MARCH 24, 2022, online.
*Judges will be assigned Presentation Session Times upon registration.
We need more judges than ever for the 2022 Northern New England Invention Convention which will be a HYBRID COMPETITION. Judges will evaluate student invention projects at our in-person competition on Saturday, March 19, 2022 on the Durham campus of the University of New Hampshire, AND/OR participate in live online student presentations from March 20-24, 2022. Virtual judges will engage with students in an online platform to listen to presentations and engage in a Q&A with inventors. All judges must commit to participating in a Judge Orientation prior to the competition, participating in the in-person and/or virtual presentation session and meeting with a judge team to deliberate and make awards decisions. Judges can anticipate dedicating 4-6 hours total for the event. Judges may judge both the in-person and virtual competitions, or select one option. All judges are welcome to join us for a virtual awards celebration following the competition.