Judge

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Benefits of judging

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Why we need your help!

The success of our local, regional, and state science fairs are dependent upon the quality of judging for the fair. We realize that judging a science fair is a large commitment of time and effort, but the rewards are helping to encourage the next generation of scientists for our state and country.

The purpose of the science fair is to give young people the opportunity to be actively engaged in the scientific process of developing an idea, testing the idea and then drawing conclusions and ideas from the results. Along with your role as an evaluator of student projects, you will also have the job of reinforcing that purpose as well as encouraging, motivating, and even sometimes doing a little teaching. Even a participant whose project is of modest quality should feel a sense of accomplishment and be proud of what he or she did. Clearly, you have a critical responsibility in the success of this enterprise.

Sign up

Register to judge at the NC Science and Engineering Fair on the STEM Wizard or contact the regional fair director nearest you for opportunities to judge a regional fair.

Training for Judges

If you are interested in setting up a training of judges in your area, please contact Judy Day at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.to schedule a workshop. Without your support, we would not be able to provide a quality science fair event for our students!

Questions?

If you have any questions about judging the North Carolina Science & Engineering Fair contact Scott Ryals at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..