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Welcome to Solve for Tomorrow Jordan

Solve for Tomorrow is Samsung’s global contest designed to boost interest and proficiency in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), by challenging youth to demonstrate how STEM technological solutions can help improve their local community and impact their surroundings.

In collaboration with the Ministry of Youth, Samsung Electronics Levant is launching “Solve for Tomorrow” contest in Jordan for the students from 14 – 18 years old, targeting the following challenge themes:

Food & Agriculture
Theme

  • • food-tech
  • • agri-tech

Sports & Health
Theme

  • • sport-tech
  • • health-tech
  • Competition Eligibility Criteria:
  • • Participating students have to be 14-18 years old
  • • Students’ participation should be in form of teams of 3 – 5 students
  • • A teacher from the school should participate with the team to be responsible for, supervise and follow up throughout the contest
  • • The volunteer instructors at the youth centers can take over the responsibility of the team from the supervision and follow-up throughout the period of the contest in case the team could not find a teacher from the school to participate with it
  • • Idea solutions must be using new technologies
  • • Idea solution must meet one of the two themes
  • • Participants much submit an idea that has a social impact
  • • Participation in the contest is possible through the schools or the youth centers of the Ministry of Youth *

* Only 26 youth centers were selected to participate in the contest. To view the list of selected centers, please click on the "How To Participate" below.

Solve for Tomorrow

Competition Timeline

Phase One

  • • Applying and Submitting from Nov. 24, 2019 until Dec. 22, 2019 (the opportunity is open for only 200 applications)
  • • Announcing selected teams/ideas on Jan. 22, 2020 (50 teams will be shortlisted at this stage)

Phase Two

  • • Inviting the 50 shortlisted teams to a one-day training
  • • The 50 teams will be divided into 2 batches, 25 teams each batch
  • • 1st batch will receive their training on 30th Jan. 2020
  • • 2nd batch will receive their training on 1st Feb. 2020
  • • Submitting final presentations on 8th Feb. 2020

Phase Three

  • • Announcing top 5 teams to be qualified to work on prototypes on 15th Feb. 2020
  • • Top 5 teams will receive additional STEM training

Phase Four

  • • Award Ceremony on 7th Mar. 2020
    (Final day of the competition where top 10 teams will be presenting their prototypes live in front of a judging panel)
  • • Announcing Top 3 Team Winners

Prizes

The 50 teams who completed the training will be receiving a “Certificate of Participation” signed and stamped from Samsung and MoY

Top 10 teams will receive “Tabs” from Samsung as a prize

Top 3 team winners with best presentation AND prototypes will receive devices from Samsung worth $2000