FAQs

Why do we have a Tech Fair?

The Tech Fair gives students a chance to use technology to share information about a topic of their choice.


Who may participate?

Any student who is 3rd through 12th grade in Bulloch or surrounding counties. This includes public, charter, private school, or home-schooled students. You may work by yourself or with one other team member.


What are some examples of Tech Fair projects?

3D models, animations, podcasts, graphics, games, slideshows, videos, websites, spreadsheets, are only a few of the many ways students share information about their topics. There are many Tech Fair Categories to compete in once you've identified a topic and a purpose.


What happens during the Tech Fair?

You'll be assigned a 15 minute time slot where you'll present your project and talk to Tech Fair judges.


What happens if you lose?

You learn. How? You get feedback, suggestions from judges about what you did well and what you can do to improve upon your work. Based on the helpful advice you get from judges, you might consider entering your project in another competition such as the Georgia Student Media Festival.


What happens if you win?

If you win first place in your category's grade band, you have an opportunity to compete in the state level in the Georgia Student Technology Competition on March 9th, 2019 on the Middle Georgia State University (Macon Campus) located at: 100 College Station Drive Macon, Georgia.


When is the Tech Fair?

January 19th, 2019 from 8AM to 1PM--but you'll need to register before the end of December 2018.


Where is the Tech Fair held?

The Tech Fair happens at Julia P. Bryant Elementary School located at: 421 West Main Street in Statesboro, Georgia.