National Youth STEM Summit and National Youth Photography Summit

National Youth STEM Summit
October 24-27, 2019

Announcement         Application Form         Program Schedule

Washington DC will be your lab at the National STEM Summit. Engaging, hands-on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) activities and design challenges provide one of a kind experiences for teens to discover the possibilities of a career in STEM. Meet youth from across the country as you explore the Nation’s Capital, taking part in activities designed to instill curiosity, and critical thinking, to develop the skills needed to be successful in life. STEM Summit 2019 will spark your interest in a variety of STEM topics and ignite your future career exploration.

The National Youth STEM Summit takes place October 24-27, 2019.  Summit fees include accommodations at the National 4‑H Conference Center, meals, educational programming and tours including a guided nighttime tour of the monuments and memorials in Washington, DC.  All-you-can-eat meals are served at the Clover Cafe at National 4‑H Conference Center.

Participants

This Summit is open to any high school student in grades 9-12. Participate as a team (as few as two and as many as 10) with at least one adult mentor/chaperone. Youth interested in attending National Youth STEM Summit  should contact leaders in their school, club, scout troop, religious organization or parent to identify an adult to register and accompany them to the event.

Participation in the National Youth STEM Summit is sponsored by the Delaware 4-H Foundation.
National Youth Photography Summit
February 26- March 1, 2020
Announcement          Application Form          Program Schedule

 

The National Youth Photography Summit will take place February 26 – March 1, 2020. Summit fees include accommodations at the National 4‑H Conference Center, meals, educational programming, and tours including a guided night time tour of the monuments and memorials in Washington, DC. Buffet-style meals are served in the Clover Dining Room at National 4‑H Conference Center.

This Summit is open to any high school student in grades 9-12 as of September 2019.    Participate as a team (as few as two and as many as 10) with at least one adult mentor/chaperone. Youth interested in participating should contact leaders in their school, scout troop, religious organization or club to identify an adult to register and accompany them to the event.