Solve for Tomorrow

Solve for Tomorrow

This nationwide contest is designed to boost interest and proficiency in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), and challenges public school teachers and students in grades 6-12 to show how STEM can be applied to help improve their communities.

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Congratulations to our
10 National Finalists!

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a day, throughout the month of April.

Congratulations to our
10 National Finalists!

Scroll down to vote for your favorite video once
a day, throughout the month of April.

Tulare Union High School, CA

#SamsungSolveTUHS

Tucker Middle School, GA

#SamsungSolveTMS

Oswego East High School, IL

#SamsungSolveOEHS

Hope of Detroit Academy, MI

#SamsungSolveHODA

Jackson Public Schools Career Development Center, MS

#SamsungSolveJPSCDC

Northwest PA Collegiate Academy, PA

#SamsungSolveNWPACA

Richland Two Institute of Innovation, SC

#SamsungSolveR2I2

Porter High School, TX

#SamsungSolvePHS

Hickory Middle School, VA

#SamsungSolveHMS

Pineville Middle School, WV

#SamsungSolvePMS

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The Contest

The contest

See what your students can do.

The contest challenges students in grades 6-12 to show how STEM can be applied to help improve their communities. Just by applying, teachers will receive free professional development opportunities. Schools will win prizes with advancement in the contest. 

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First Round ✓
Second Round
National Winners

Entry Period ✓

Teachers submit applications from Sep. 29th - Dec. 21st

First Round ✓

Up to 100 Semi-finalists are selected to submit a project video from Jan. 14th – Mar. 21st

Second Round

10 National Finalists are selected to participate in a Community Choice video voting contest on social media from Apr. 6th – 26th.

National Winners

10 National Finalists will virtually pitch their demo or prototype to a judging panel in April. 3 National Winners will be announced in May.

The Opportunity

The Opportunity

Create a legacy of learning

From New York to Nebraska, teachers like you are helping students discover the difference STEM learning can make in their lives. Here's a chance to win a share of $2 million in Samsung technology to empower students to build a better tomorrow.

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Help students give back to community

Spark a passion for STEM subjects

Build critical thinking and leadership skills

Win technology and class materials for your school

Mentorship Program

Mentorship Program

Work with a Samsung Mentor

Samsung employees are volunteering to advise on projects and offer their expertise to all Semi-finalists. Mentors are committed to offering informative webinars, Q&A sessions, one-on-one video calls and more.

EDUCATION PARTNERS

Our Partners

Samsung is proud to support STEM education in public schools with our innovative partners.

EDUCATION PARTNERS

Our Partners

Samsung is proud to support STEM education in public schools with our innovative partners.

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Official contest rules: No purchase necessary to enter or win in the Samsung "Solve for Tomorrow" Education Contest. Open to legal residents of the 50 United States, 21 or older & currently employed as a public school teacher, grades 6-12. Void where prohibited. Contest begins 9/29/20, ends 5/28/21. For Official Rules and judging criteria, click here PDF download.

No purchase necessary to enter the National Finalist banner giveaway. Void where prohibited. Ends 5/5/2021. Open to residents of US. See other terms and conditions and Official Rules.

Sponsor: Samsung Electronics America, Inc. Samsung is a registered trademark of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. All other product and brand names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.