Intel Science Talent Search
- Website Address
- Scholarship Coordinator
- 1719 N Street, N.W.
- Washington, DC 20036
- Email Address
- Application Deadline
- November 11, 2016
- Number Of Awards
- Maximum Amount
- Scholarship Description
- The Intel Science Talent Search (Intel STS), a program of Society for Science & the Public, is the nation's oldest and most prestigious pre-college science competition. It honors exceptional high school seniors for their scientific research and their potential as future leaders in the scientific community.
Each year, approximately 1,800 students attending American high schools enter the competition in the hope of winning awards. The applicant pool is first narrowed to three hundred semifinalists, who - along with their schools – receive cash prizes. From there, the top 40 candidates are selected as Intel STS finalists and invited to Washington, D.C., to attend a week-long celebration of science and compete for top honors.
-Must be a high school senior
-Must not have entered any previous STS
-Sons and daughters of Society for Science & the Public employees, Trustees, Intel Science Talent Search evaluators or judges are not eligible to enter the Intel Science Talent Search
-Applicants must be over 13 years of age
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