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February 15 Free
@ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
2020 Arizona Science Bowl for Middle School
Parents: Looking for a Science competition that could be the extra edge your child needs on their resume or curriculum vitae?
Students: Looking for a chance to prove you’ve got what it takes to compete on the national stage?
Listen, ResumeGenius.com, Monster.com, and The International Hellenistic University all agree…
One of THE most important things to know about building a resume that gets attention, and gets the job, is to highlight your actual achievements!
Employers and recruiters scan hundreds, if not thousands, of job applications every week.
And most of them get a couple of seconds of scanning before they are deleted or thrown in the trash.
But showcasing achievements, what you’ve actually accomplished, like winning or even just placing in one of the most prestigious science competitions in the nation, is sure to turn heads.
Especially in the STEM community.
That’s why the U.S. Department of Energy created these competitions to begin with.
To identify those students with the drive and skill to make the next generation of great STEM professionals to advanced the future of American science, industry and technology.
And the Arizona Science Bowl, as a regional competition of the larger National Science Bowl, is your ticket to establishing the competitive edge.
Here are the details:
The Arizona Science Bowl is a regional event of the National Science Bowl® (NSB).
The competition consists of school teams from throughout the state.
The teams are four students, one alternate, and a teacher who serves as a coach.
Together, they face-off in fast-paced question and answer rounds and tested on a range of science disciplines.
The high school question categories are: Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Space Science, Energy, Mathematics, and Physics.
The middle school question categories are: Life Science, Physical Science, Earth and Space Science, Energy, Mathematics, and General Science.
Winners of this regional Science Bowl will advance to the National Science Bowl in Washington, D.C.
Here are some videos from past events: