Synopsys Outreach

Synopsys Outreach Foundation

Igniting interest, nurturing potential, and empowering all students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics

science projects. prepare students for life.


Our 23rd annual event is coming
May 7th (online fair with Zfairs) and
May 14th (celebration at San Jose State University)

Building STEM Classrooms Program

The Outreach Foundation is pleased to be offering grants, classroom supplies, and teacher training opportunities to Greater Bay Area teachers and nonprofits again this fall. Click here to visit our Building STEM Classroom page and apply for any of these opportunities. Teacher training and materials applications close on December 15th.

We look forward to receiving your applications!

For any questions, please reach out to us.

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Virtual Event

Saturday, May 7th 2022

Fair and Expo Utilizing ZFairs

Offering judged and exploration options

Registration is Now Open at zFairs



Saturday, May 14th, 2022

Community Celebration Event @ SJSU

Offering activities, community booths, guest speaker, student project showcase


Our heroes! The Synopsys Outreach Foundation works hard to save you time (and money!) through our programs. Each fall, applications open for our science fair packages – all of which are free! Be notified when applications open by signing up for our newsletter.

Parents & Students

The Synopsys Outreach Foundation proudly supports the future STEM leaders in California. In addition to sponsoring the Bay Area’s preeminent science fairs, we offer resources and support for Parents & Students looking to get involved through out Science Fair 101 program.


Looking for a way to make a difference? Become a science fair judge and support future STEM leaders in the Bay Area. Fairs take place each spring from San Jose to Sonoma and only a knowledge of the scientific method is needed to help.

Science, STEM & STEAM Fairs

The Synopsys Championship

The annual science fair for students in grades 6-12 in Santa Clara County, CA

The Synopsys Sonoma County STEAM Showcase

A science fair for students in grades K-12 in Sonoma County, CA

The Synopsys Alameda County Science Fair

The annual science fair for students in grades 6-12 in Alameda County, CA


The annual science fair exclusively for students in the East Side Union High School District of San Jose


Elementary and middle school science fairs in Santa Clara County

South Valley Science and Engineering Fair

Science and engineering fair for all 6th-12th grade Morgan Hill, Gilroy, and San Martin students.

Monterey County Science & Engineering Fair

The annual science fair for middle and high school students in Monterey County, CA

Oakland Unified Science & Engineering Fair

The annual science fair for Oakland Unified K-12 students in Oakland, CA

San Mateo County of Education STEM Fair

The annual STEM fair for San Mateo middle school students in San Mateo County, CA
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The Synopsys Silicon Valley Science & Technology Outreach Foundation collaborates with Greater Bay Area education stakeholders and community partners to provide equitable and inclusive opportunities in project-based science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). In addition to sponsoring numerous project-based STEM events including The Synopsys Championship, The Sonoma County STEAM Showcase, The Synopsys Alameda Science & Engineering Fair and sciencepalooza! Foundation programs and competitions include SuperSchool teacher training seminars, Science Fair 101 for Parents and contributions of science project poster boards and data collecting devices to eligible schools across the Greater Bay Area (California).
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