How to Apply for the ASRT Program

The application date for the 2021 ASRT Program has passed but please send an email to be contacted with updates regarding the 2022 application

  • The ASRT program is designed to equip high school teachers with the knowledge, insights and activities to increase science research opportunities for their students.

  • The program can be customized to help teachers that provide science research opportunities within a traditional STEM classroom setting or helping those with small, growing dedicated research programs/clubs, or even helping those with more established Science Research Programs/Clubs.

  • Whether a teacher runs an established Science Research Program/Club or incorporates science research project opportunities into their science curriculum, they are eligible to apply. However, they do have to be an active high school teacher.

  • Potential ASRT workshop dates can be found in the "FAQ" section of this website and on the application.

  • The ASRT Program is being offered for free thanks to funding from Regeneron.

  • Applicants will be evaluated by a committee from Regeneron, on the basis of their interest in building and/or growing such a program, readiness and capacity in terms of finances and faculty, as well as their administration’s level of support for creating science research/STEM opportunities for high school students.

  • An email will be sent to all Regeneron-ISEF affiliated fair directors with a request to pass the information and application link along to all of the teachers that have been involved in their science fair.

  • Teachers can apply online, individually or as a small group. More information about applying as a group can be found in the "FAQ" section of this website.