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Washington high school seniors are encouraged to submit an application to attend the 2020 National Youth Science Camp (NYSC).
Two Washington high school seniors will be selected from the applicant pool to receive a scholarship to exchange ideas with scientists and other professionals from the academic and corporate worlds. The selected delegates must not only demonstrate academic achievement in science, but also show potential for thoughtful scientific leadership.
Must be a graduating high school senior in the United States (Two each from every state and Washington, D.C.) and students 16-18 years of age. You must be a resident of: One of the fifty United States, Washington, DC, or Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico, or Trinidad and Tobago. Students representing one of the fifty United States or Washington, DC, must graduate from high school between July 1, 2019, and June 30, 2020.
Awards to New York PreK-6 teachers to honor outstanding contributions to elementary education. Award recipients are teachers who excel at engaging young children in the educational process while cultivating their strengths and encouraging relationships among students, teachers, parents, and administrators.
The purpose of the award, which celebrates the life and career of Helen Bach Moss, is to recognize elementary teachers who are gifted in finding and nurturing the strengths of each student and fostering trusting relationships.
This award program recognizes early childhood education as the most effective investment for long-term educational success.
The nominee must be currently teaching at the elementary level (PreK-6) at a public or private school and be appropriately credentialed in New York State.