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Why work for Science from Scientists?

“The company culture at SfS is upbeat and positive. It takes me back to why I was interested in science in the first place when I was a kid. I didn’t have a great experience in middle school science myself, and I was steered back towards becoming a biologist by a really wonderful high school biology teacher. I want to help more kids to be able to have the good, fun type of experiences I had with science, and I see SfS as a great place to do that.”~Dr. Karen Allendoerfer, Instructor

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What Our Schools Say

"SFS has been a wonderful supplement to my science curriculum. I, as well as the children, learn a great deal during our sessions. Modules get better each year.”

Author TEACHER AT COHEN HILLEL ACADEMY, MARBLEHEAD

"Over the last several months, [The SfS Instructors] have done a wonderful job. The modules were very interesting and lots of hands-on activities. They were well prepared and organized. The children always look forward to Fridays with Science from Scientists."

Author 5TH GRADE TEACHER AT SUMNER G. WHITTIER SCHOOL, EVERETT

"I am thoroughly impressed with the improvements that SfS has made over the last few years. My students look forward to our Friday lessons."

Author TEACHER AT BEACHMONT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, REVERE

"I thought the program was great. The kids really enjoyed the activities which were both creative and educational. The instructors were knowledgeable and were able to relate well to the students.”

Author PRINCIPAL AT LAFAYETTE SCHOOL, EVERETT

"There were many excellent lessons taught this year. Some of the best were Electricity and Circuits, Light, Plants, Water, and Celestial Mechanics. These lessons involved various activities which gave the students an opportunity to explore and make valuable observations."

Author 5TH GRADE TEACHER AT MCKINLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, REVERE