Who made a difference in your engineering journey? Be that person for an up-and-coming engineer at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) competition at the Phoenix Convention Center May 8-13, 2016.

Intel ISEF is looking for Grand Awards Judges, interpreters and general volunteers to work with 1,700 high school students participating from 75 countries, regions and territories around the world. These top candidates from regional, state and national science fairs are competing for $4 million in awards, prizes, scholarships and internships, and are sharing an experience of a lifetime that you can be a part of.

Do you have a Ph.D., or are you a graduate student close to your doctoral dissertation defense, or have a B.S. or Master’s degree along with some professional experience? Grand Awards Judge volunteers are needed in 22 engineering and scientific disciplines to review and judge student work May 10-11. See more information, specific qualifications, and apply to be a judge.

Do you speak Spanish, Russian, Mandarin, Arabic or another language? You can help students with conversational and technical interpretation, and make a positive impact on their experience.

Looking to build your résumé, network with other professional engineers, or just want to meet some really cool people who share your interests? Anyone can volunteer for a variety of positions at Intel ISEF—the world’s largest international pre-college science competition. You might even inspire a future Sun Devil!

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