science throughout high school so that they are able to attend colleges and universities that lead to exciting careers of science,
technology and engineering and mathematics.
Thousands of young people who participate in the
Broadcom MASTERS are better prepared to meet the
challenges of the future as
tomorrow's innovators who will lead the way with scientific breakthroughs, engineering feats and technological know-how.
Students are invited to compete for prizes and
awards in the Broadcom MASTERS by entering their
science projects at local SSP
affiliate fairs, listed on the SSP website www.societyforscience.org.
National finals for the Broadcom MASTERS are
held in Washington, D.C. The winner will be awarded
$25,000 Samueli Education Prize.