K-12 and college booths

-Click here to register for a STEAM BOOTH 2018 via Google Docs

Vendors, Organizations & Food Trucks- Click here to register via Google Docs


All students, regardless of which school they attend; collaborating with teachers, experts, organizations, local businesses and community partner.

When & Where?

Saturday, March 2nd Latham Plaza Jacksonville Beach; 11 Ocean Front N, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250

Thursday, March   7th FSCJ South Campus;

Friday,  March 8th   FSCJ South Campus;


Student booths feature scores of activities, displays and presentations related to STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math). Booth participants collaborate with local experts on mutual subject of interest and engage in activities. Booths are designated areas that include a table displaying STEAM interactive exhibits, expert recognition, as well as other artifacts that will engage festival goers.


Teachers facilitate student groups. Together they find an expert appropriate for their field of research/interest. The Jacksonville Science festival hosts workshops to provide guidance with the process of a great project based learning, student-driven booth.

General Info for Teams

Booth Criteria

General Guidelines


Sample Scenario


A team of 6 students have signed up for developing the science festival booth/activity that is in an art installation piece related to the science of engineering. The expert meets with the team based on the agreed upon times and dates. In between visits your student team is at work researching, designing, practicing the related activity in preparation of your next meeting time. As decided by your collaboration you have your last meeting time with the student team a day or two prior to the opening day of the festival. The booth is prepared and the activity is executed as designed and developed by the student team and expert.

Booths Should Include:

How to find an Expert

As a student-driven festival we encourage our student participants to research and contact the appropriate expert of their choice. This action gives them real-life experience and confidence when they are faced with the real world networking environment.

Here are some tips to help with the process:


School/Group STEAM Booth Participation Form


A team of students connected to an “expert” (a local business leader, developer, teacher, professor, or other member of the community) who will work with the students to develop, display, and provide a fun, exciting, and well researched science activity project. The project will be displayed in the school-group area booths at the Jacksonville Science Festival.

Set up and break down is booth participant’s responsibility. You will need your own tents and tables for Saturday at Friendship Fountain (next to MOSH.) Display areas must be safe, attractive, and inviting. You must be sure you have enough material for all participants. All groups must bring their own table and chairs. Tent will be provided. Booth participant’s must arrive AT LEAST ½ hour before event start and take down only AFTER event end. Must attach certificate of liability.

  • All teams must follow equitable practice.
  • If you need electricity please contact us for further discussion.


K-12 and college booths

– Click here to register for a STEAM BOOTH 2019 via Google Docs

Vendors, Organizations & Food Trucks- Click here to register via Google Docs