Christopher “Chris” Cortez has been selected as one of the two delegates to represent Tennessee. Chris resides in Brentwood, Tennessee and is a student of Brentwood High School. As a member of the band and orchestra, Chris will be bringing his trombone with him to join in with other musicians of this year’s camp. Chris will be studying Engineering in his college career.
Welcome to the National Youth Science Camp 2015, Chris Cortez!
Nicholas “Nick” Arp will be joining us this summer from Eldridge, Iowa. Nick is a student of North Scott High School with plans to become a physician after studying Biochemistry and Spanish in college. Nick’s interests include Cross Country, Track and Field and volunteering in Special Olympics of Iowa. We look forward to meeting you this summer!
Welcome to the National Youth Science Camp 2015, Nick Arp!
Katherine Landoni of Sequim, Washington has been selected to represent her state at the 2015 National Youth Science Camp. Katherine will be joining us from Sequim High School where she was voted most likely to succeed! Katherine has a love for outdoors and is active in her school band and basketball team. Katherine plans to enter college majoring in Environmental Sciences and Geo-Sciences.
Welcome to the National Youth Science Camp 2015, Katherine Landoni!
Erik Fronberg of Farmington, Utah will be one of two delegates representing his state at the 2015 National Youth Science Camp. Currently, Erik attends Nuames High School and plans to pursue Urban Ecology and International Relations in his college career. Among his many other talents, Erik will be bringing his love of music with him. He plays the viola, piano and guitar!
Welcome to the National Youth Science Camp 2015, Erik Fronberg!
While we are still waiting on a few states to submit their winners to us, most states have been confirmed. Today, we sent packets out to 80 delegates, so be on the lookout for those goodies! If you have any questions about the information, contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The National Youth Science Camp® is a residential science education program for young scientists the summer after they graduate from high school. Students from around the country are challenged academically in exciting lectures and hands-on studies, and have voluntary opportunities to participate in an outdoor adventure program, gain a new and deep appreciation for the great outdoors, and establish friendships that last a lifetime.
NYSC 2015 will be held June 17 – July 11, 2015
The National Youth Science Camp is made possible through the planning and fund-raising of the National Youth Science Foundation®, a nonprofit organization with a mission to honor, sustain, and encourage youth interest and excellence in science by conducting comprehensive informal science education programs that provide opportunity for constructive interaction with others and emphasize the social value of thoughtful scientific careers.
The National Youth Science Camp program is strengthened through a philosophy that encourages delegates to experience each day by day. This philosophy permits the Staph* to plan numerous special events that surprise the participants. This philosophy also encourages the delegates to give undistracted attention to guest presenters. The National Youth Science Camp does not, therefore, publish detailed program calendars.
* a traditional spelling to highlight their infectious enthusiasm