Opportunities for Philadelphia Students
Learning experiences through scientific inquiry and discovery.
The George Washington Carver Science Fair is an annual fair that provides opportunities for Philadelphia school students to gain enriched learning experiences through scientific inquiry and discovery. The fair is held every Spring and is open to all students in grades four through twelve who attend Philadelphia County public, charter, parochial and private schools, as well as to home-schooled students residing in the county.
The fair is sponsored jointly by Temple University's College of Science & Technology and the Office of Community Affairs & Engagement.
Students participating in the fair will compete in person at Temple University.
To participate in the fair, you must register and submit all documentation through STEM Wizard. If you participated in last year’s fair and already created a STEM Wizard account, you will use the same account this year and will not have to make a new account.
Please see the Get Involved block below for more registration information.
For the fair details, competition categories, and visitor information.
The list of 2023 George Washington Carver Science Fair winners.
How to be a student participant, a sponsor or a judge. Eligibility and application information.
For sponsors and student participants.
Learn about the history of the fair and how to contact us.