The eCybermission web-based STEM competition is seeking more than 2,000 virtual judges to evaluate entries from the nearly 28,000 students enrolled in the competition. Sponsored by the U.S. Army, the competition involves teams of students in grades 6-9 are submitting entries in which they propose a solution to a real problem in their community.
Volunteers will independently evaluate and score entries in the competition online using rubrics. The flexibility of this volunteer opportunity allows judges to engage anytime and anywhere they have an internet connection.
Volunteers must register by Feb. 25, and judging will be from March 11-25. Click here to register as a judge.