826 Boston’s Science Fair Boot Camp is a free opportunity for students to receive tailored support from volunteers with STEM expertise as they polish their research papers and presentations, in preparation for the Boston Public Schools Citywide Science Fair.

Students can register for either the Tuesday/Thursday sessions (Feb. 16 and 18, 2021) or the Wednesday/Friday sessions (Feb. 17 and 19, 2021) from 1:00-3:00 PM.

Sign up here and please email us with any questions!

826 Boston’s NOVA Science Studio program empowers students with video journalism skills to share stories about science that matter to them. The program aims to create a pipeline for youth voices that have been traditionally underrepresented in science communication. NOVA Science Studio students are selected after a competitive application process, and receive a stipend for their work in the program.

Student participants will:

  • Learn how to craft and share personally meaningful stories about science
  • Explore fundamentals of filmmaking
  • Experiment with video editing and production techniques
  • Research a topic that interests them
  • Learn how to interview scientists for a video project
  • Connect with a diverse group of professionals from a range of STEM careers

Please email us for more information and check out the video below for additional information!

Introducing NOVA Science Studio