Celebrating our 10th anniversary, 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 local community.
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Check out our 2019-2020 National Finalists' videos!
North Pole Middle School, AK
George Junior High School, AR
Blue Ridge Junior High School, AZ
Chawanakee Academy Charter School, CA
Dougherty Valley High School, CA
Newark Charter School, DE
Downtown Doral Charter Upper School, FL
Center Grove High School, IN
Goddard High School, KS
Ashland Middle School, KY
North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, NC
Northern Cass School, ND
Belleville High School, NJ
Edward C. Reed High School, NV
Gregorio Luperon High School for Science and Math, NY
Liberty Avenue Middle School, NY
Fairfield High School, OH
Central Magnet School, TN
Loudoun Valley High School, VA
Omro High School, WI
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The contest challenges students in grades 6-12 to show how STEM can be applied to help improve their local communities. 20 National Finalists will be selected to pitch their demo or prototype to a judging panel.
Teachers submit applications from Aug. 29th - Oct. 27th.
300 State Finalists are selected to submit an activity plan from Nov. 14th - Dec. 4th.
100 State Winners are selected to submit a video from Dec. 23rd – Feb 20th.
20 National Finalists are selected to participate in a video voting contest on social media from Mar. 5th - 30th.
20 National Finalists will pitch their demo or prototype to a judging panel. Five National Winners will be selected.
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 $3 million in Samsung technology to empower students to build a better tomorrow.
Samsung employees are volunteering to advise on projects and offer their expertise to all 100 State Winners. Mentors are committed to offering informative webinars, Q&A sessions, one-on-one Skype conversations and more.
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 8/29/19, ends 4/30/20. For Official Rules and judging criteria, click here.
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.
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