Position Opening - Applications Due July 13
We are hiring a new Program Director. See the Position Description and Application Instructions.
Who can become a coach?
Traditionally MFPSP has been run by teachers as part of their school day or as an extra-curricular activity.
BUT...that is not the only way to have a team! Parents, higher level students, etc. can all be trained as coaches. We highly encourage any interested person to be trained and start coaching!
Teams also do not need to be based in a traditional school. Homeschool families, religious clubs and others can all have teams.
Interested in becoming a coach? Email our Director Tracy Page to chat and schedule a free training.
To register participants, click here.
Become an Evaluator
Evaluators come from all sources. Coaches, administrators, parents and even students can become evaluators. We offer free trainings, and mentoring to support our new evaluators as they learn the process. All potential evaluators must be familiar with the program, and students must be 10th grade or higher.
Interested in becoming a evaluator? Email our Director Tracy Page to chat and schedule a free training.
To register as an evaluator, click here.
Become a Volunteer
Volunteers are needed to help run our State Bowl Competition at Michigan State University each year. Volunteers aid in set up, answering questions, directing foot traffic, running the store, monitoring competition rooms, monitoring presentations and more. Parents, siblings, and interested parties are all welcome to volunteer. Email our Director Tracy Page to be added to our contact list and to learn more.
As a small non-profit, we rely not only on our registration fees to survive, but also on grants and donations from someone like you! All donations to MFPSP are tax deductible and can be directed towards general programs or towards scholarships. To send a donation, mail checks to:
Michigan Future Problem Solving Program, Inc.
P. O. Box 564
Owosso, MI 48867
You will receive a letter of receipt for tax purposes by email.