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Each year Samsung hosts a national competition for public schools grades 6–12 in which students are asked to consider how science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) can be used to create change in their communities. 2023 is the 14th annual Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest, and with the help of their teachers, students compete to win up to $100,000 in prizes for their school, plus the opportunity to work with Samsung employees to develop their prototypes. Middle and high school teachers can apply for the 14th Annual 2023-2024 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow competition!
On this episode, Ann Woo, Senior Director of Corporate Citizenship at Samsung Electronics America shares info about what's new in this year's competition, including a new national "Rising Entrepreneurship Award," valued at $25,000 for a single winning school.
To learn more about the annual contest, and for official contest rules, please visit samsung.com/solvefortomorrow. Registration generally begins each September.
(Listen to Ep 232 & Ep 217 for more ideas & info from Ann and contest winning teachers and Ep 246 for a conversation with Ann about the future of STEM education)
Connect with Solve for Tomorrow :
- Website samsung.com/solvefortomorrow
- Email email@example.com
- Twitter/X @SamsungNewsUS
- Instagram @solvefortomorrow
- Facebook facebook.com/SamsungSolveForTomorrow
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