Each April, GSP plans real-word STEM career experiences. Stay tuned for a Call for Volunteers to help inspire our scholars about all the varied contributions to be made in STEM fields.
GSP Annual Science Fair & Expo
Our 18th annual scholar project competition will be held on Saturday, February 1 at Tresidder Union, 2nd floor, 459 Lagunita, Stanford University. Public viewing between 12:45 and 1:45. Volunteer to judge here. Good luck to all of our 100+ scholars!
GSP Featured: Changing the game in STEM with Family Engagement
Greene Scholars Program is grateful to have the support of Stem Next Opportunity Fund as we work to ensure the next generation of STEM-confident and STEM-competent lifelong learners. Read more about how family engagement plays a critical role in GSP's success.
REGISTER NOW: 2019-20 Summer Science Institutes
SSI Camps are currently open to GSP families and the public. Register for "The Weather is Looking Up Camp" at Stanford University for elementary-aged students, "Today’s Innovations – STEM-Possible Camp" at Applied Materials for middle schoolers, and "Robotics Camp" at Amazon for high schoolers. Register here
2018-19 Science Fair and Award Ceremony
Kudos to the over 90 participants of the 17th Annual GSP Science Fair and Awards Ceremony showcase event held on February 2, 2019 at Stanford University.
Our Awards event featured GSP families, friends, corporate sponsors, dedicated volunteers, and Science Fair judges as we awarded scholarships to our graduating seniors, and honored science fair participants.
Congratulations to all of our prize winners. Thanks to all 80 volunteer judges who made this day possible, and we hope to see you again next year.
CLOSED: 2019-20 New Student Registration
Thank you for your interest in the Greene Scholars Program. Applications are now closed.
The 17th Frank S. Greene Scholars Science Fair & Expo and Gala will showcase and celebrate science projects with family, dedicated volunteers, and corporate sponsors on February 2, 2019 at Stanford University.
2018 Summer Science Institutes Success
Thanks to the superb partners at Amazon, Stanford University and Stanford's SLAC, over 60 students were able to pursue projects at these amazing host locations being led by expert professionals.