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How Do I Get Involved?
One of the best ways to prepare for the Intel Science Talent Search (Intel STS) is to begin a science research project as early as freshman year in high school. Students are encouraged to start their research early on and participate in a local science and engineering fair before competing in the Intel STS during their senior year.

Many of the Intel STS participants, take part in a science training program to help them with their projects. The Directory of Science Training Programs for Teachers and Students* provides a list of more than 300 training programs that take place throughout the year at a variety of institutions-predominately at U.S. colleges and universities.

The student training programs offer advanced instruction and hands-on lab research in a wide range of scientific disciplines. Students gain valuable knowledge in a variety of scientific areas that they can apply to future education and careers. The teacher training programs provide professional development in the areas of science, engineering and mathematics, and the opportunity to learn specific problem-solving methods and instructional strategies.

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