College Park Student Wins 2020 SCI://TECH Art Competition
THE WOODLANDS, TX -- Education for Tomorrow Alliance announced Jose Gonzalez-Campelo, an eleventh grader at The Woodlands College Park High School, as the winner of the 2020 SCI://TECH Wright’s Printing Poster Competition. Mr. Gonzalez-Campelos original artwork depicting the theme “Science: It’s Worth Exploring” was selected by a public vote from more than 60 entries. As the winner, Mr. Gonzalez-Campelo will receive a $250 Student Achievement Award from Education for Tomorrow Alliance, and his winning design will appear on promotional materials celebrating the 30th Annual SCI://TECH Exposition.
SCI://TECH is a collaboration between Education for Tomorrow Alliance, Conroe ISD, The John Cooper School, and other area private schools that encourages hands-on scientific exploration. SCI://TECH’s 13 science, technology, engineering, and math competitions and events will occur over four weekends beginning January 24 at Lone Star College-Montgomery and The Lone Star Convention Center. Highlights include the Chevron Phillips Chemical Senior High and the Entergy Junior High Science Fairs on January 31 and the Huntsman Elementary Science Festival, which is free and open to the public, on February 1. More than 4,500 K-12 students participate in SCI://TECH each year.
Education for Tomorrow Alliance is a nonprofit organization dedicated to cultivating education and community partnerships that advance student success. With innovative programs focused on career, leadership, and STEM exploration, EfTA is the portal through which business leaders can access and strengthen local education. For details or to sign up as a volunteer, please visit www.efta-us.org/scitech.