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Honored Congress Mentors – Grand Masters

David J. Wineland, Ph.D.
Nobel Prize in Physics
National Medal of Science

J. Craig Venter, Ph.D.
Genomics Genius
National Medal of Science

Sylvia A. Earle, Ph.D.
Explorer in Residence, National
Geographic Society

Sylvester James Gates, Jr., Ph.D.
National Medal of Science

Robert S. Langer, Sc.D.
National Medal of Science
National Medal of Technology and Innovation

Robert M. Metcalfe, Ph.D.
Inventor of Ethernet
National Medal of Technology and Innovation

Sheldon Glashow, Ph.D.
Nobel Prize in Physics

Cherry A. Murray, Ph.D.
Dean, Harvard School of Engineering and Science (2009-2014)
National Medal of Technology and
Innovation

Rainer Weiss, Ph.D.
Nobel Prize in Physics

Megan J. Smith
United States Chief Technology Officer (2014-2017)

Aneesh Chopra
United States Chief Technology Officer (2009-2012)

Marc Raibert, Ph.D.
Founder and CEO, Boston Dynamics

Dean Kamen
National Medal of Technology and
Innovation

Young Geniuses

Jack Andraka
Grand Prize Winner,
Intel Science and Engineering Fair

Shree Bose
Grand Prize Winner,
Google Science Fair

Eric Chen
Grand Prize Winner,
Google Science Fair
First Place Winner,
Intel Science Talent Search
Grand Prize Winner,
Siemens Competition

Paige Brown
First Place Winner,
Intel Science Talent Search

✔︎  IF your child aspires to a career as a scientist (Ph.D. or Sc.D.), technologist, or inventor, including as an engineer, software or hardware technologist, or mathematician

✔︎ IF your child is in high school

✔︎ IF your child has a 3.5+ GPA
(this is mandatory; proof will be required)

Then first, please accept our sincere congratulations and thanks for raising a remarkable young person, full of hope and promise for the future. These things don’t just happen, and you should feel great about your role!

Second, because of your child’s status as a high achiever, we would like to mail them information about representing their school and state as a Delegate to the Congress of Science and Technology Leaders, the nation’s most prestigious honors program recognizing and credentialing top-performing students dedicated to careers in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM).

If your child is accepted as a Delegate, they will be mentored LIVE by the very greatest minds in science and technology: Nobel Laureates, deans of schools, great inventors, young geniuses, and incredible entrepreneurs.

During this 2-day, weekend, virtual event, your child will discuss and observe state-of-the-art inventions and be inspired by world-changing researchers, futurists and technologists.

Following the end of the Congress and after taking a short quiz to prove their attendance, your child will be presented with the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders Award of Excellence, signed and certified by a Nobel Laureate.

The Award is often used by students as part of their resume in successfully seeking selective college admissions, scholarships, internships, and lab assignments.

Your child will also be qualified to earn college credit for the Congress and thus demonstrate to universities and other programs and institutions that they have already completed college-level work even though still in high school.

Especially during the COVID crisis, when many opportunities for earned recognition and distinction have simply disappeared and even standardized tests have been canceled or delayed…

Your child MUST find new and creative ways to stand out from the other high achievers they will be competing with.

➜ A LIVE, once-in-a-lifetime learning and leadership experience

➜ The honor, recognition, and credentialing your child so richly deserves for their hard work and dedication

➜ The Congress Award of Excellence, attested to by a Nobel Laureate

Please click the button below and we will mail a briefing package of information to your child immediately.

Congratulations once again on your child’s achievements and potential.

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NO child is turned away from the Congress because of financial need!