SEE Science Center


2021 Goals

SEE’s goal for the 2020-2021 school year is to offer more free programming to students in our region than any prior year. SEE has adapted its programs to include virtual, kit and outreach field trips, which have been pilot tested and evaluated through a federal grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services. In the coming year, SEE also plans to continue to be an asset for local families. We will continue weekly early learner programs for toddlers and preschool children, offer safe, in-person summer camp experiences and add interactive exhibits to our museum floor.

Fundraising Events:

SEE hosts three major fundraising events annually. SEE is planning ahead for a safe 20th Annual Champagne Putt mini-golf tournament in a revised format in Spring 2021, a golf tournament in the summer and our Autumn Evening of Discovery and Giving, an invitation-only event hosted by SEE Science Center Founder Dean Kamen. SEE also hopes to add a fun family event in June. Throughout the year, we also have opportunities for exhibit and inclusion programming sponsorships to help underserved populations within our community.

Giving Opportunities:

SEE welcomes support from the community. Contributions may be given as unrestricted donations, exhibit sponsorships, Inclusion Initiative contributions, major or planned gifts. Individuals donating more than $1,000 annually are recognized as Satellite Donors with special events and recognition. Contributions may be made on the SEE website, via traditional mail or by phone.

Volunteer Opportunities:

There are many ways you can help SEE continue to be an asset in the community. Volunteer positions are listed on the SEE website, including internships, as well as program, development and exhibit volunteers. We also work directly with community organizations and businesses to find projects that meet our shared goals. Call SEE to discuss opportunities.

Board Officers / Board Members

Nick Soggu
Chair, SilverTech, Inc.

Jeff Benson
Vice Chair, Bellwether Community Credit Union

Brendan Duffy
Treasurer, DEKA Research and Development

Roy Tilsley, Esq.
Secretary, Bernstein Shur

Andrea Campbell, M.Ed.
Southern NH University

Jo Hendry
Retired Science Educator, Bedford

Julie Kfoury
Central Paper Products

Victoria Marchand

Bob Tuttle
Technology Center

Val Zanchuk
Graphicast, Inc.

Bob Chang, Ph.D.
Worthen Industries

Kimberly Licciardi, MD
NH Eye Associates

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