LOS ANGELES 2050. WHAT DOES OUR CITY LOOK LIKE? WHAT PROBLEMS DO YOU SEE? WHAT NEW TECHNOLOGY OR INNOVATION CAN BE CREATED NOW TO ADDRESS THOSE PROBLEMS?
WE KNOW BOLD IDEAS CAN COME FROM INSPIRED STUDENTS.
The City of STEM Innovation Challenge asks students to unlock inventive ideas to solve real-world problems facing Los Angeles such as clean energy, sustainability, transportation, and recycling. This Challenge fuels young innovators in middle school to be problem solvers and change the world with big ideas using science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). It also spurs learning, encourages storytelling, and empowers critical thinking.
STUDENT TEAMS CAN COMPETE IN THREE EASY STEPS:
1. Form a team between one to five members from your school and start brainstorming.
2. Dream up an innovation that could help solve a problem facing Los Angeles in the future.
3. Develop and submit a two minute video that includes identifying the problem, the solution, how STEM was used to develop it, and the potential impact.
Prizes may vary. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Challenge commences on or about 9:00 am PDT on Friday, March 29, 2019 and ends at 9:00 pm PDT on Wednesday, May 29, 2019. Open to students currently enrolled in grades six-eight, who are legal residents and currently residing within Los Angeles County. Limit one entry per team. Grand Prize winners must be available to travel around Los Angeles for a day, no later than July 31, 2019. See Official Rules for full eligibility and entry requirements, prize description, conditions, and limitations.
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