Information for Educators
Educator VIP Services
The Academy firmly believes it is the classroom teacher and school counselor who best prepare students to be our country’s future leaders.
The Academy maintains a private VIP Educator Liaison Office should you have any questions or concerns. Please call 1-888-986-6929 or email us at VIP@FutureDocs.com.
The Academy, which is part of the National Leadership Academies, is proud of its National Leadership Academies Honorary Board of Educators. By becoming a member of the National Leadership Academies Honorary Board of Educators you’ll be able to recognize, honor and reward your high-achieving students dedicated to and aspiring towards a profession in not only STEM, but also in medical fields through a host of National Leadership Academies programs.
Your nominations will give your best and brightest students an invaluable head start towards the successes they dream of achieving. As a member, you’ll also have the opportunity to select one of your deserving students to be considered for a full academic scholarship to the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders.
If you are not a member of our National Leadership Academies Honorary Board of Educators, and would like to nominate students for the Congress, click here to get started.
About the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders
The Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders will be held in Lowell, Massachusetts, just 30 minutes outside of Boston, June 29, 30 and July 1, 2017.
Tuition covers instruction, speakers, education personnel and all activities. Students are responsible for their travel, accommodations, transportation and meals.
Parents are welcome to attend the Congress at no additional charge and are encouraged to accompany their child. Seating for parents will be on a space-available basis. Students may also travel to the Congress with another adult or another Congress Delegate from their school or town, or they may travel alone. Alternatively, there is an Overnight Program available at additional cost that includes airport pickup and drop-off, room accommodations (double or triple) for three nights, and an on-site liaison for student concerns or medical emergencies.
If a student needs to cancel their participation in the Congress, they may receive a 100% refund of their tuition up to 60 days after they enroll.
Scholarships to Attend the Congress
As you are completing your nomination form, please select one deserving student to receive a full, unrestricted academic scholarship to attend the Congress.
A large number of full academic scholarships will be awarded on a first come, first served basis. After all spaces are gone, students on scholarship may still attend free via a live on-line simulcast.
When making your scholarship award, please select a student with a minimum 3.5 GPA (or equivalent), either current or cumulative, and do so without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, or place of residence.
In addition, the Academy offers a number of partial tuition scholarships that are available based primarily on financial need.
The Congress is an academic honors program. You must certify that all students you nominate have a 3.5 or above GPA (or equivalent), either current or cumulative.
Congress Delegates are nominated by their teachers, counselors and principals. Qualified students may also be identified through other means, such as academic fairs, recommendations from colleges, universities and medical institutions, medical societies, program alumni, and in-classroom surveys such as the Talent Identification Program administered by My College Options.
The Academy has prepared a Congress Delegate Guide to Fundraising to help students raise money within the community to offset the cost of travel and tuition.
Students with Disabilities
We encourage all students with disabilities to attend. Please contact the Academy Admissions Office to discuss needs.
About the National Academy of Future Scientists and Technologists
The Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders is sponsored by the National Academy of Future Scientists and Technologists.
The National Academy of Future Scientists and Technologists was chartered as a nonpartisan, taxpaying institution working outside government in a public-private partnership to identify, encourage and mentor students who wish to devote their lives to the service of humanity as scientists or technologists.
The Academy accepts no public money. Extensive free services will be self-funded through proceeds from events and conferences.
The National Academy of Future Scientists and Technologists and the National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists are both a part of the National Leadership Academies. The National Leadership Academies is committed to supporting America’s high achieving high school students through career- and focus-area programs and services and is positioned to support students with the skills, motivation, guidance and mentorship they need to stay on track to achieve their goals.