Stipends, Office Hours & Workshops

Office Hours, Work Shops & Grants

Office Hours (September - March)

  • No appointment necessary, just call in.
  • Opportunity for educators, parents and students to ask questions.
    • Registration
    • SRC Forms
    • Project Problems
    • Report or Display
  • 1 hour every other week
  • Zoom Call
Schedule
  • September 12 @ 10:00 AM
  • September 22 @ 7:00 PM
  • October 10 @ 10:00 AM
  • October 20 @ 7:00 PM
  • Further dates will be announced.

Educator Stipends

  • FRSEF Educator Stipends are available to educators within the FRSEF territory.
  • All students are encouraged to apply. Stipends in values of up to $500 to help educators provide resources to enable excellence in research.
  • Limited number of stipends are available, apply early! (when max number of stipends are awarded, application link will be removed from the website)
  • Applications are reviewed on the 1st of the month.
  • Apply Today

Student Project Stipends

  • FRSEF Project Stipends are available to Junior and Senior division participants.
  • All students are encouraged to apply. Stipends in values of up to $200 for Juniors and up to $400 for Seniors may be awarded to provide resources for students to enable excellence in their research.
  • Limited number of stipends are available, apply early! (when max number of stipends are awarded, application will be removed from the website)
  • Applications are reviewed the first of the month.
  • Apply Today

Educator Workshops

2021 FRSEF Information Session - Presentation Slides
Classroom Visits - Request Yours Today
  • Virtual and in-person visits available.
  • Visit content can be tailored to you and your students' needs.
    • Kickoffs
    • Ideation / Project Workshopping
    • Reviews

Sign up by emailing: director@flintsciencefair.org

Student Workshops

Crash Course: Measurements, Sensors and Data Logging
First Session: November 5, 12, 19 December 3, 10, 17 (course webpage)
Second Session: January 14, 21, 28 February 4 (course webpage)
Registration open until January 4
  • Learn the skills to collect data for your project.
    • How to measure your experiment and design.
    • Learn about sensors and different sensor types.
    • How does a data logger work?
    • Learn to use an Arduino as a data logger.
  • Receive the hardware to collect data for your project.
    • All participants receive an Arduino, data logging shield and sensors to measure your projects!
  • Open to students in grades 8-12 from across the FRSEF.
  • Course is six 1-hour sessions via Zoom.
  • Students who complete the course receive a certificate.
  • Limited number of participants.
Crash Course: Data Analysis
February 11, 18, 25 (course webpage)
Registration open until February 1
  • Learn how to analyze and present data well.
  • Open to students in grades 8-12 from across the FRSEF.
  • Course is three 1-hour sessions via Zoom.
  • Students who complete the course receive a certificate.