Bay Area Science and Engineering Fair
Volunteer Opportunity: Judging
Judge training is offered in March.
If you want to be a judge see BASEF Judging
Registration for Judges is now open and available on-line
Training in March, Judging Day is Friday 2018-Mar-22
|Save the Date: Thursday, March 22nd, 2018|
|Judging Day for BASEF 2018, sponsored by ArcelorMittal Dofasco, will be on THURSDAY, March 22nd, 2018. We appreciate your support of BASEF and look forward to your participation in the upcoming Fair by volunteering as a Science Fair Judge.
You can learn more about the science fair at our website ( www.basef.ca ). There is information of particular interest to Judges in the Judges Section, accessible via the side menu. There are also many other resources on our site – our Annual Report, our Fair Results, and our ‘Science Success’student and teacher workbooks, among others.
We’d be pleased to answer any questions you may have. Training sessions for judges will also be available in March. Thanks in advance for any assistance you can provide in helping with this valuable and enjoyable community opportunity!
|Over many years the fair has provided great opportunities for local youth to participate in an exceptional experience. We are affiliated with both national and international science fair organizations, and send many of our winning students on to the Canada-Wide Science Fair and the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
BASEF 2018 will again give grade 7 to 12 students the chance to showcase their hard work on science, engineering and math related projects. BASEF is open to students from the City of Hamilton, the Region of Halton, Haldimand County, Norfolk County, Brant County, and Six Nations, including students of independent and private schools as well as home-schooled students.
There are also many other volunteer opportunities available for parents, friends, and BASEF alumni looking to help out throughout the fair.
The continued success of this event depends on the support of judges who will volunteer their time, effort and expertise to learning about what students have discovered and want to share. We need more than 150 judges in order to provide the kind of first class judging experience these students deserve!