We are pleased to announce that we intend to be back in full operation for the 2018 year under the name Golden Gate STEM Fair
Currently we have an unconfirmed date of March 19 -- March 22. We'll publish a full schedule when we have those dates confirmed.
Dear SFBASF Community:
We are working very hard to bring SFBASF back under the new name, Golden Gate STEM Fair. We have had to reincorporate, and that process in not formally completed. We are confident'; however, that we will be operational again this year. Our unconfirmed Fair date is the week of March 19, 2018. We will publish a more detailed schedule when we have confirmation of the date.
Marcus Wojtkowiak, Randall Museum Science Program Coordinator and SF Middle School Science Fair Coordinator, has assumed the role as Executive Director and is in the process of rebuilding the team. Bob Fabini will continue to be the GGSF Assistant Director to ensure that future operations run smoothly in this transition. There are plans in place to not only reinstate the Bay Area Science Fair for 2018, but to expand the Science Fair festival to celebrate our young scientists’ work and showcase contemporary technology and research.
We have created a new Board of Directors, but we still could use help from the Bay Area science community in the rebuilding effort. If you or any colleague is interested in joining the GGSF operating committee, if you can help facilitate financial support, or if you just want to offer your time as a part of the team, please contact Marcus at marcus.wojtkowiak at gmail.com. The SFBASF has had a positive impact on hundreds of students every year and thousands of students compete in their local areas in order to participate in it. Please help us continue to encourage science learning and enable career paths for our diverse community of future scientists.
Marcus Wojtkowiak, Executive Director, SFBASF
Bob Fabini, Assistant Director, SFBASF
Sponsoring teachers who would like to request registration materials may do so here.
This is only necessary if your students do not come through a feeder fair.