Exhibit & Experience

Share your STEM project story

This is when you tell your story, sharing what you learned and where you’ll go next!

You’ve made it! All of your hard work led to this, and now it’s time to share what you’ve learned.

Whether your project is a Discovery or Innovation, it is important to share:

  • How can get people’s attention with your story? How will you draw people in?
  • What inspired you to do this project?
  • What were your key findings?
  • What did you learn from your experience?
  • Did you experience any issues? How did you overcome them?
  • How could you improve your project?
  • What are your next steps? Dream big!

Check out “Rake, Wrack, Risk” on ProjectBoard as a great example of how to tell your project’s story. Islay Thompson’s award-winning project shows how you can share your results, and explain why your results are important.

Project Display

If your project is for school or to enter into a STEM fair, you will likely need to create a poster or display to share your project results. Here is a video and some resources to help you make an outstanding project display: