All teachers must register! Within our Zfairs registration site, you can track your student’s progress and ensure that they complete their registration. Thank you for your support of students participating into our fair.
|WHO:||Serving public, private and home-schooled students in grades 5-12 from
Clinton, Essex, Franklin and St. Lawrence counties in New York State.
Note: Younger students can qualify using our math placement tool.
|WHO:||Serving public, private and home-schooled students in grades 9-12 from
all five boroughs in New York City.
|WHEN:||Preliminary Round will be held virtually between February 18 through March 5 .
Finals Round will be held in-person on March 26.
|WHERE:||Preliminary round will be virtual. Finals Round will be held NYU Tandon School of Engineering.
|ROLE:||Teachers have the roles of guides, safety monitors, reminders, and signers of paperwork. ANY adult can help and guide a student to prepare a STEM project. Therefore, as a teacher, you may even pass the information to parents who can complete the registration by themselves. One adult takes the leadership role, providing the supervisor signatures as needed. You have a special role in ensuring the safety of the procedures the student plans to use in their project. Before work starts, simply review their procedures, access the online forms, and have them upload them especially those that involve hazardous materials or human subjects. Please encourage your students to submit their paperwork as soon as they can.
|REGISTER:||Register online by December 19, before your students
A registration guide is available at the registration portal.
Early bird registration $10 through December 10 (for students only)
Full registration $25 until deadline (for students only). It is possible to make a single payment for all your students via school check (POs are accepted and Terra is NYCDOE Vendor).
|THE PLAN:||Our virtual preliminary round will provide a two-week window for an asynchronous judging based on recorded presentation and paperwork. The finals round will be in-person over two days. When all judging results have been tabulated, the Fair will host virtual Public Viewing with an opportunity for parents, teachers and other guests to see, read and hear about every project. We will also host a virtual Awards Ceremony for the public in which all honors, prizes and advancements are announced. The Fair will mail certificates and other tangibles to each student’s home address.|
|MAP:||A Fair map will be provided when it is available|
|PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS:||Feel free to print posters to promote the fair in your school and community. Do you need hard copies? Email us and we will be happy to provide printed copies.
|CONTACT US:||Follow us on social media at @TheFairNYC for updates and other information. If you have any questions about our fair or registration process, please do not hesitate to contact.
Yvette Santana-Taveras, TNYC STEM Fair Director: [email protected]
Susan Appel, SRC Director: [email protected]
Ryan Smith, TerraFairs Director: [email protected]