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Regeneron ISEF The Next Generation of STEM Leaders We are excited to welcome finalists from around the world to compete in virtual Regeneron ISEF 2021. Judging will take place from May 3-6, 2021 via video conferencing. Official Regeneron ISEF events will take place May 16-21, featuring distinguished panels, the Finalist Exhibit Hall, a Career Hall, the ISEF College Fair and a STEM Experiential Hall.Find out more »
Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) has been reimagined for 2021 and although we will miss having our annual conference at FVCC, we are excited to offer a virtual experience this year that will be in compliance with covid precautions. A limited presenter pool has been matched with selected schools that have the capacity to support this virtual model and we may even learn a thing or two that could enhance our annual event in the future. EYH will be held May…Find out more »
Come to Sacred Waters Brewing and support STEM for Flathead Valley Schools.Find out more »
The Flathead Valley Rocket Rally is dedicated to the promotion of science and engineering to 8th grade students by applying the knowledge they have learned in class. It has seen incredible expansion since 2016 and continues to expand each year as more schools ask to join. During the months prior to the Rally, which is held in late May each year, the students learn about the physics behind flight and rockets while experimenting in various designs and making improvements in…Find out more »
for any middle school students who received a nomination at the Montana Tech Science and Engineering Fair or the Montana Science FairFind out more »
Learn high demand skills that will make you a competitive developer in a rapidly expanding industry. This program is offered through Montana Code School in collaboration with Promineo Tech. The Montana Code School is a program of the University of Montana & Missoula College. The Montana Code School has graduated over 150 students, with most progressing to successful careers in the tech industry Promineo Tech partners with community colleges to prepare participants for high-growth careers in software development.…Find out more »
The ImagineIF Library Foundation welcomes you to the first annual Stories and Starlight, an outdoor celebration of life-long curiosity under the dark Montana sky. Stay up late with music by The Stringlers, treats, drinks, and hands-on activities for the whole family. Enjoy wine from Brix, beers and kombucha from Bias Brewing, snacks from local merchants and some of the best silent auction prizes around. Bring a blanket or chair to end the night with a guided tour of the cosmos,…Find out more »
Open to U.S. high school and college students, the competition consists of a series of challenges that allow students to demonstrate their ability to identify hackers from forensic data, pentest and audit vulnerable websites, recover from ransomware attacks, and more. Student players compete in the NCL to build their skills, leverage the NCL Scouting Reports for career and professional development, and to represent their school in the national Cyber Power Rankings.Find out more »
The Preseason is used to place players into an appropriate bracket to facilitate competition with other players of the same skill level during the Individual Game. Participation in the Preseason is required to be a ranked player, making you eligible to win prizes, obtain a Scouting Report, and represent your school in the Cyber Power Rankings. You may not receive any assistance from anyone else during the Preseason.Find out more »
The Individual Game is where you compete with all the players in NCL, even the other student players from your school. Performance from the Individual Game is used to award prizes and calculate your school's Cyber Power Ranking. You must compete in the Individual Game to be eligible for prizes, obtain a Scouting Report, and represent your school in the Cyber Power Rankings. You may not receive any assistance from anyone else during the Individual Game. Tell your parents you…Find out more »