Solve for Tomorrow

Solve for Tomorrow

Young people
solving the biggest
challenges in our
world

Young people solving the biggest challenges in our world

Samsung Solve for Tomorrow

Solve for Tomorrow offers a unique learning opportunity and nurtures creative thinking by encouraging youth to solve social issues using STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) approaches. Students participating in the program can envision and realize innovative solutions that can resolve challenges and risks that their communities face. During its journey, our professional employees offer students a thorough guidance not only on technological skills but also on creative thinking, communicating, and collaborative skills that are required in the future workforce.

A male high school student in Colombia is standing outside and smiling; he holds up a briquette made from coffee residue with one hand. A male high school student in Colombia is standing outside and smiling; he holds up a briquette made from coffee residue with one hand.

Making the world a better place

Solve for Tomorrow involves three levels of problem solving: Reframe, Ideate, and Realize. Throughout the problem-solving process, students define and resolve problems based on an in-depth understanding of the user. Born in the US on 2010, Solve for Tomorrow is now running in 23 countries over the globe.

A female high school student holds a microphone and gives a talk in front of a large poster. A male student stands behind her, listening. A female high school student holds a microphone and gives a talk in front of a large poster. A male student stands behind her, listening.

Three stages of problem solving

  • Reframe

    01

    Defining real problems by asking unbiased questions.

  • Ideate

    02

    Identify the resources you
    need to refine your ideas
    for solving problems.

  • Realize

    03

    The process of improving the maturity of realization through constant trial and refinement.

Corporate Citizenship

A young boy is giving a talk, with a microphone in one hand and a plastic device in the other hand, in front of a board of newspaper articles. A young boy is giving a talk, with a microphone in one hand and a plastic device in the other hand, in front of a board of newspaper articles.