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56th Science and Engineering Fair

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Welcome to the 56th Science and Engineering Fair of Metro Detroit

The Science and Engineering Fair of Metropolitan Detroit, established in September 1956, is a nonprofit organization established to give students in the tri-county area (Wayne, Oakland, Macomb Counties) an opportunity to develop and exhibit science fair projects.

Competition is separated into two group - Junior Division (which is 6th, 7th and 8th grade) and Senior Division (9th - 12th Grade. Students are judged within their respective categories (total of 13 categories based on scientific discipline). Up to six students (limit of ONE student per school in the senior division), may be selected to participate in the International Science and Engineering Fair.

The SEFMD is administered by a Board of Directors and the operations of the Fair are managed by an Operating Council. Both groups meet regularly (usually monthly) to plan for the Fair. All members of the Board and the Operating Council are volunteers who give generously of their time, money and other resources. In addition, over 500 additional volunteers are needed during the week of the Fair to serve as judges, to check in projects, and to assist with public viewing and project removal.

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