The CWSF 2013 Ambassadors are looking forward to helping finalists and delegates make the most of their CWSF experience. Meet the Ambassadors and learn what being a CWSF finalist meant to them.
The three Ambassadors on the Judging Support Team are dedicated to making sure you have a great judging experience. They will be presenting the Judging 101 workshops, so be sure to come for helpful tips, and answers to any questions.
Currently: Science & Technology Intern at Sault Ste. Marie Innovation Centre
CWSF: 2003, 2005
Going to CWSF meant having the opportunity to interact with other students excited about science, live in a university environment, present my research, hear about the research of others and listen to astronauts Robert Thirsk (CWSF 2003, Calgary) and Julie Payette (CWSF 2005, Vancouver).
Province: British Columbia
Currently: Mechanical Engineering at University of British Columbia (Okanagan)
CWSF: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
It meant one glorious week of adventure, with the calm, professional, yet always nerve-racking tone of judging, sandwiched in-between grand opening banquets, concerts, and field trips. But the best part of all were the fantastic times with old friends and all the new ones I met by week's end.
Elise Tessier (Senior Ambasador)
Province: Nova Scotia
Currently: Biology Major at Mount Allison University
CWSF: 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012
The best part of CWSF is meeting so many amazing people and being a part of the science fair community. Sharing what you are doing with experts, as well as other students who share similar interests is a highlight. However, I have made many great friendships. Today I'm even housemates with one of the friends that I met at CWSF in Truro in 2007!