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It's a brand new year and we will be using brand new materials! Of course, we will not tell you yet. We will announce the materials to registered teams (this year 1-3 students grades 5-12 per team) on Oct 17 and hold a Q&A session on 10/21. Registration is open.
We will be using an amazing web service, Whova, for the competition, simulating the live event to the maximum effect This year, your city ca be anywhere in the universe, and you need to make every effort to be a ZERO WASTE CITY, definong three components in detail.
FUTURE CITY - Students grades 6-8 create their dream city of the future, but then explain how it all works using convincing technology! Visit/register at www.futurecity.org/new-england
REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
A new pilot competition designed by the loud requests of Future City alumni looking for something great to undertake as high school students. This is related to Future City but for HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. This is limited to 10 teams this year. I will allow the teams to be from anywhere in the US, but you need to promise to actually compete. This is completely virtual -- making a 7 minute video about a career in the future and answering 7 minutes of questions.
We are a group of volunteers. While membership in BSCES is recommended it is not mandatory for volunteering. We do require CORI checks and participating in the free training found at www.fliptheswitchcampaign.org. Think you would be a good fit? Get in touch for more information!
The Boston Society of Civil Engineers has been around since 1848. Our Model Bridge Contest is having its 30th Anniversary this year!
We bring opportunities for young people to experience STEM careers and that feeling one gets when they work to solve world problems. Our goal is to set an even playing field, taking economic or other factors out of the equation to gain that experience.