The Vermont STEM Fair is an inquiry-based poster presentation competition open to all middle and high school level students in the state of Vermont. This year's event will also feature the Vermont STEM College and Career Fair to help future STEM professionals connect with those already in the field
The fair is an opportunity for students to showcase the results of their independent research. Each year 200+ student projects are presented, addressing all areas of science, technology, engineering and math. The fair is also affiliated with the International Science and Engineering Fair, and eligible students contend for a chance to compete at this international competition.
The Vermont STEM Fair is open to the public. Projects will be displayed 9 a.m.-12.p.m. in the Norwich Math-Science Complex, with an awards ceremony at 3pm.
Students who wish to display posters must register online.
Vermont STEM College and Career Fair
The second annual Vermont STEM College and Career Fair will also be held in conjunction with the STEM Fair, 12 p.m. - 3 p.m. Colleges, businesses, organizations and STEM professionals to connect students with are invited to participate in the event, to connect students with education and career opportunities.
Vermont colleges, universities, technical centers, tech companies, and tech clubs are encouraged to participate. Hands-on demonstrations and other cool tech examples are strongly encouraged.
There is a $20 suggested donation to attend, which helps offset costs for our hospitality and setup costs for your table and chairs at Norwich.
Find more information and online registration here.