With All Expenses Paid Including Travel
For Two Graduating NM High School Seniors
Application Deadline is March 1, 2015
Two New Mexico high school seniors who are interested in science will be selected for an all-expenses-paid, month-long stay at the National Youth Science Camp (NYSC) in West Virginia's Potomac Highlands from June 17 – July 11, 2015. Applications are now being accepted for this prestigious program. Each year in the summer following graduation, two New Mexico high school seniors attend an intense month-long camp for young scientists. The NYSC program pays all expenses for the students including airfare. New Mexico’s participation is established through a request from the Governor of West Virginia, Earl Ray Tomblin, to New Mexico’s Governor Susana Martinez.
Applicants must be candidates for high school graduation between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015 and must be able to attend the entire NYSC program. Application forms and other information are available from the National Youth Science Foundation on the web athttp://www.nysf.com/w/programs/nysc/. You may also inquire about the NYSC in the following ways:
Phone: (304) 205-9724, direct voicemail extension 90 Fax: (866) 833-0875
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: National Youth Science Foundation Twitter: NYSCdotORG
Applications are done through the website http://apply.nysc.org. The deadline is March 1, 2015
The New Mexico Academy of Science (NMAS, www.nmas.org) administers the National Youth Science Camp (NYSC) program in New Mexico. Judges from NMAS will select two New Mexico high school seniors to attend the science camp this summer based upon their academic achievement, leadership in school and community activities, and a genuine interest in the sciences. The NMAS Coordinator for NYSC is Dr. Richard E. Nygren (Sandia National Laboratories, email@example.com).
Last year’s attendees were Dennis Huang from La Cueva High School in Albuquerque and Anjik Ghosh from Albuquerque Academy, and Rana Chan from La Cueva High School was the alternate. In 2013 the attendees were Maria Morrow from El Dorado High School in Albuquerque and Evan Liu of Albuquerque Academy, and Stephen Jenkins of Onate High School in Las Cruces was the alternate.
Students from around the country attend the NYSC in the wilderness of the Monongahela National Forest in the eastern mountains of West Virginia's Potomac Highlands. Visiting scientists are invited to the camp based on their reputation as leaders in their field(s) and on their ability to share up-to-date research with the students. Their exciting lectures and the hands-on experiences expose delegates to current work across the spectrum of scientific disciplines. Students have many opportunities to increase their appreciation for the great outdoors and push themselves physically in an extensive outdoor program. Many students establish friendships that last a lifetime.