Sponsors, Exhibitors, Presenters Sought for FCPS Annual STEM-H Expo Feb. 21

Teresa Johnson, Principal, Chantilly High School

Teresa Johnson, Principal, Chantilly High School

Fairfax County Public Schools‘ (FCPS) six high school academies are seeking sponsors, exhibitors and presenters for its annual STEM-H (science, technology, engineering, math, and health and medical sciences) Expo, scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 21, at Chantilly High School.

Colleges, businesses, industries and other organizations that educate for, do business in or support the STEM-H fields are invited to submit proposals to present STEM-H’s focused breakout sessions, provide exhibits and demonstrate STEM-H related business technologies to attract middle and high school students to careers in these fields.

Exhibitor registration fees are $25 for corporate organizations and $15 for non-profit organizations to help cover event costs. There is no charge for FCPS groups. Donations of promotional items for student and parent participants and for give-away items for raffles are also being sought.

Corporate sponsorship for the event is being offered at the silver ($100), gold ($200) and platinum ($300) level. Past sponsors have included Exxon Mobil, Hensel Phelps, Micron, Microsoft, Reston Hospital Center, SRC, Washington Exec, CVCA and Steamfitters Local #100.

Registration for the STEM-H Expo will open at 9 a.m. on Feb. 21, and the expo will run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Included will be a keynote speaker, breakout sessions, an exhibit hall and demonstrations.

The STEM-H Expo is hosted by the six high school academies in FCPS: Chantilly Academy (STEM), Edison Academy (International Studies, Business, Engineering and Scientific Technology), Fairfax Academy (Communication and the Arts), Falls Church Academy (Health Sciences), Marshall Academy (STEM) and West Potomac Academy (Health Sciences).

Contact Cara Kirby at 571-423-4502 or ckkirby@fcps.edu for details and registration information to be a STEM-H Expo sponsor, presenter or exhibitor.


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