MATRIC Matters (West Virginia): National Youth Science Campers to Visit MATRIC

The Mid-Atlantic Technology, Research & Innovation Center recognizes the critical importance of education and the role learning plays in fostering new discoveries. On June 28, we’re excited to be hosting over 100 National Youth Science Campers. Read More.

Governor’s Office (Maine): Governor Presents Promising STEM Youth Awards at State House Ceremony, with Robots

The recipients included three robotics teams that participated in a national competition, a student who will be representing Maine at the National Youth Science Camp and students from Falmouth who represented the state in a national science competition. Read More.

NBC AUGUSTA (Maine): STEM Awards handed out at State House

The award winners included three robotics teams from Jay, Farmington and Oakland, who participated in a national competition. Two students who will represent Maine this summer at the National Youth Science Camp were also honored, as well as the Real World Design Challenge team from Falmouth. See Video & Read More.

BDN Maine (Maine): LePage continues promotion of STEM education; unveils first recipients of youth awards

Other honorees included Taylor Rogers of Dixmont and Ma Wei Feng of Portland, who will participate in the National Youth Science Camp in West Virginia this summer; and “The Paper Planes,” a Falmouth High School team who in April competed in the Real World Design Challenge in Washington, D.C. Read More.

Star Tribute (Minnesota): South school briefs: Elementaries to focus on science and math

Burnsville High School seniors Carissa Kloncz and Ryan Pinkalla will represent Minnesota at the National Youth Science Camp this summer in West Virginia. Read More.

The Sun (Minnesota): Grads have summer rendezvous with science

Carissa Kloncz and Ryan Pinkalla are the two Minnesota seniors chosen for this year’s National Youth Science Camp June 27 to July 21 in the Monogahela national Forest in West Virginia. Read More.


The Missoulian (Montana): 3 Big Sky High students awarded with trip to international science fair

For the third year in a row, two Big Sky students will represent Montana at the National Youth Science Camp (NYSC), one of the highest achievements for high school researchers. Michelle Nemetchek and Kyle Brester, both seniors, were recognized for their outstanding work and writing, and as a result will go to NYSC for one month this summer. Read More.

The Montgomery Herald (West Virginia): Free Second Saturday event scheduled at Wolf Creek Park

Hilton is a nationally known award-winning educator-naturalist and researcher who was named one of “50 Best Brains in Science” by Discover magazine in 2008. As a 1964 delegate to West Virginia’s prestigious National Youth Science Camp and a former camp staff member, Hilton has had lifelong interest in science and education in the Mountain State and has served as the consulting director of the New River Birding & Nature Center since its inception. Read More.