Volunteers Needed for the
69th Annual Los Angeles county
Science and Engineering Fair
Volunteer judges are needed for the 69th Annual Los
Angeles County Science and Engineering Fair, scheduled for March
28 to 30 at the Pasadena Convention Center. Judging will
occur on one
day only, Friday, March 29, 2019, from
7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., with all students given face-to-face
The Los Angeles County Science and Engineering Fair (LACSEF) has
more than a thousand student exhibits each year and hundreds of
public, private and parochial schools participating. These
students represent some of the best in Los Angeles County and
compete for awards in 38 categories. Volunteer judges help
determine category winners as well as those who will represent
the LACSEF at the California State Science Fair and the
International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF). LACSEF
winners receive medals, cash, awards, and /or scholarships.
Included in the LACSEF awards are the
E. Roberts and Marilyn J. Reece special recognitions presented
each year by the PECG LA Section Special Awards judges.
Your participation as a judge truly makes a difference in the
lives of students and shapes the scientists of tomorrow!
here for details and instructions on how to register online. Judges
will be selected after each applicant is reviewed academically
by the LACSEF Committee.
Mentoring Leave is allowed per Unit 9 MOU Section 5.11.
Those who sign up to help must seek prior approval by their
supervisors in order to use state approved Mentoring Leave.
Once the Online Registration is closed, you will receive a
notification for your assigned category of competition along
with the judging instructions. State employees who
register online and have received a confirmation with an
assigned judging category may claim a gift certificate at the
Judges Welcome Reception the morning of Friday, March 29.
If you have any questions, please contact John Vassiliades at
email@example.com or (213) 897-7395.