Arizona Science & Engineering Fair to be hosted by Arizona Science Center on April 4-5

Hands-on Science: The Arizona Science and Engineering Fair Showcases Young Innovators and Provides Scholarships”.

The Arizona Science Center will host an Official Award Ceremony on Saturday, April 6 to recognize the winners of the Arizona Science and Engineering Fair. This fair, which takes place on April 4-5 at the Arizona Science Center, brings together first-place winners from various levels to compete for prizes and scholarships worth thousands of dollars.

The Science Center is excited to welcome adolescent science fair winners from across Arizona to participate in AzSEF. Managed by Arizona Science Center, AzSEF provides students with the chance to win prizes and scholarships. The Grand Award winners in the Senior Division will have the opportunity to compete at the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair in Los Angeles in May.

During the week of AzSEF, 690 students will participate in the fair, showcasing over 500 science projects. The students will be divided into three divisions – elementary, junior, and senior – with a total of 140 schools featured at the fair, including 58 Title I schools.

The Arizona Science and Engineering Fair will take place at 500 E. Veterans Way in Tempe, with check-in for competitors beginning at 9 a.m. on April 4 and April 5. This fair provides students with the chance to win prizes and scholarships.

Don’t miss out on this exciting event! The Official Award Ceremony at Arizona Science Center on April 6 will celebrate the participants and their families. For more information about the Arizona Science and Engineering Fair, visit azscience.org/events-programs/arizona-science-engineering-fair/about

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