Science Explorers is Proud to Present our Summer T-shirt Design Winner!

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011

July 26, 2011“If It’s not fun, we’re not doing it!”

“Jupiter” Jen with our T-shirt winner

 Science Explorers Announces winners of 2011 tshirt design contest ….

 Science Explorers recently held a design contest for their Summer Science Tshirt , 2011 season.

Many entries were received from campers ages 4-11 through the 7 counties in South eastern PA and Delaware.

“Science Explorers is happy to announce that approximately 4000 people will be wearing a Science Explorer T shirt designed by 8 year old, Science Explorer, Vincent Csercsevitz, of Norristown”.

“We change our designs every year as we get so many returning campers; we like to roll out new designs to keep it exciting and fun. This year, we thought it would be a great idea to let one of our campers share their talent and add their flare” stated CEO, Jennifer Moorehead or “Jupiter Jen” as she is known to the children. “We immediately loved Vincent’s design.” Added Moorehead, “all of our lessons are aligned to the National Science Standards but our motto is “If it’s not fun, we’re not doing it”;  we strive to keep it creative…Vincent’s design is a perfect representation of the fun we have at Science Explorers.”

Vincent received complimentary tshirts for his family and a week of camp valued at over 300.00. 2nd place winner, Juliana Straface, 8 years old of Kimberton, received a complimentary ½ day camp week and our 3rd place winner, Jessica Payne of Lancaster, Pa, received a whole box of science fun from Science Explorers. “We would like to thank everyone who participated in our contest this season” stated Moorehead, “it was a wonderful event that we are considering repeating in the future”

The proud Csercsevitz Family &
“Jupiter” Jen wearing Vincent’s T-Shirt

The Story of Science Explorers

Founded in 1999, Science Explorers aims to make science fun by providing innovative, inquiry based, learning opportunities for children ages 4-11 to engage in the wonders of science through after-school programs, camps, school assemblies, birthday parties and scout badge-earning events. Science Explorers programming can be found locally in 177 locations in Southeastern Pennsylvania, as well as Delaware. Science Explorers has a non-profit leg called The S.P.A.R.K.S. Foundation, which offers programming to underprivileged children and provides scholarships through their mission. “To provide quality science education, regardless of socio economic situations”. If you want more information on Science Explorers programs in your area please check them out on the web at or 877-870-9517.