Judge Registration Form - 2017 Clean Tech Competition, 1st Round
To confirm your participation as a volunteer 1st Round Paper Judge for the 2017 Clean Tech Competition, please complete this brief form by April 7, 2017. Contact the competition administrator Frank DiGiovanni with any questions at (516) 764-0045 or cleantech@cstl.org.

- 1st Round Judging occurs entirely online. Submissions will be emailed to the judges, and scores will be submitted through an online rubric.
- Judges will receive their assigned papers by April 21, 2017, and scoring forms will be due by May 5, 2017.
- Each judge should expect to receive 5 - 10 papers each, though this number will depend on the number of participating teams/judges.

Thank you for your support of the Clean Tech Competition!

First Name
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Last Name
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Job Title/Area of Expertise
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Email Address
Competition administrators will be contacting judges mostly by email. Please make sure to double-check spelling.
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Confirm Email Address
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Phone Number
Competition administrators will rarely need to call judges, but this is required as secondary contact information. This number will not be distributed in any way. Please include area code and county code if phone number is not within the United States.
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I confirm that I meet the following qualifying criteria:
I have BS or BA in a field of science, technology, engineering, math, or agriculture OR have at least 2 years industry/research experience in the field. I do not have any children or relatives competing in the 2017 Clean Tech Competition. I agree to judge each paper fairly and ethically, and submit all assigned scores by May 5, 2017
STEM Advisor Opportunity
Clean Tech Competition teams selected to advance to the final round of the competition will be matched with a "STEM professional" who will serve as their STEM Advisor as they develop their prototype and presentation. STEM Advisors will be asked to maintain communication with their team and advise them through this process. Communication is usually through email, video chat or phone.
Are you interesting in serving as a judge for the Final Round?
The Final is an in-person style demonstration with each team receiving time in front of the judges. This also involves travel to and from the host city. This transportation would be paid for by the Competition.
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