National Youth Science Forum – calling South East Year 11 students

Do you love science, or technology, or have a drive to find solutions to problems and fix things? Are you constantly asking Why? How? Why not? Do you see yourself working in a science-related field and would like to know more about science initiated study and career paths? Are you a good communicator or would like to improve your interpersonal skills? If you answer yes to most of these questions, then you should think about applying to attend the NYSF Year 12 Program. The NYSF Year 12 Program is a 12-day residential program designed to give students a broader understanding of the diverse study and career options available in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and to encourage them to continue their studies in these fields. At the NYSF Year 12 Program run in January each year, participants will: visit science and technology related laboratories and facilities, go on site tours, listen to lectures, take part in workshops, go to social events, and participate in group activities that improve communication and presentation skills.

If you’re a Year 11 student currently please keep reading. Applications are now open for the NYSF Year 12 Residential Program for next year. 12 days of visits to science & technology related labs, site tours, workshops and social events with other like-minded students. Check out the website or Facebook National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) for more information and get in touch with your local Rotary as soon as you can as applications close soon.

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