Tomorrow’s economies will be inspired by students who are proficient in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) subjects. Samsung is dedicated to helping people discover a world of possibilities, so we hope to help raise student interest in STEM subjects across Canada through innovative programs with our partners that contribute to building a better tomorrow.
To excite students about the possibilities of STEM education, Samsung is launching the Solve for Tomorrow Challenge. We’re giving schools across Canada the opportunity to inspire students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math by awarding winning schools a share of CDN $500,000 in technology products. Plus, two grand prize winning schools will get a visit from Mitch and Greg of AsapSCIENCE. They’ll feature the winning project on their popular YouTube channel, AsapTHOUGHT, and host a STEM lab experience for the entire school!
Would you like to win a share of $500,000 in Samsung technology for your school? Sign up for the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Challenge!
The Learning Partnership is joining Samsung Canada to launch the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Challenge, a national educational challenge designed to inspire Canadian students to reach their full potential and get closer to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) subjects by applying them to help better their communities – and win new technology for their schools!
• Students will be asked to identify an existing challenge or issue they are passionate about in their town, city or neighbourhood, and use STEM to help solve it.
• The challenge is open to all students and teachers in Grades 6-12 at publicly funded schools across Canada.
• Finalist schools will share in $500,000 in Samsung classroom technology. Solve for Tomorrow Challenge partners include Canadian YouTube stars Mitch Moffit and Greg Brown of AsapSCIENCE. Mitch and Greg will visit two grand prize winning schools to learn about their winning student projects and feature them in an AsapTHOUGHT video; they’ll also host an epic STEM lab experience at the winning schools.
• The first phase of the contest runs September 23 to November 30, 2015.