Get More Mileage Out of Your Project!
Did you love telling people about your project? Do you want to meet more teens who are passionate about STEM? Maine State Science Fair doesn’t need to be the end of the road for your project! Check out the other opportunities you have to share your work locally, nationally, and maybe even globally.
MIT Think Scholars Program
This program provides mentors and funding to help students in the early stages of their project.
BioME Student Showcase
This life science research competition gives students an opportunity to show off their passion for life science and present their research for a chance to win cash and academic prizes.
Junior Science & Humanities Symposium
Students report on the results of their STEM research investigations and compete for scholarships.
Maine App Challenge
Students show off their skills and creativity by building an Android or iOS mobile app for a chance to win prizes and scholarships.
An international competition about environmental issues with two STEM categories: science and robotics.
US Stockholm Jr. Water Prize
The SJWP is the world’s most prestigious award presented to a high school student for a water-research project.
Regeneron Science Talent Search
The Nation’s oldest and most prestigious STEM competition, STS invites high school seniors to submit their original research.
Coolest Projects is the world’s leading technology showcase for young people. It’s a unique opportunity to get creative, have fun, and celebrate ingenuity. Projects are showcased in the gallery for people all over the world to see!
Davidson Fellow Scholarship
Scholarships given to students with projects of significant impact in STEM.
Genes in Space Challenge
Students propose an experiment that utilizes at least one tool in the Genes in Space toolkit and test their hypothesis in the ultimate lab: The International Space Station.
ArcGIS Online Competition
Esri challenges students to conduct and share a research project about something in their home state using an ArcGIS StoryMap.