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Projects + Competitions

Local educators have had success with these programs:

Destination Imagination Challenge Program

Destination Imagination Team Challenges are designed to teach students the creative process. DI is often run as an after-school program or incorporated into a school's electives curriculum. Each season takes place from September through May. For students in grades K-12.


Samsung Solve for Tomorrow

The Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest challenges students to show how STEM can be applied to help improve their local communities. 250 state finalists will be selected to submit an activity plan. Help students give back to the community, spark a passion for STEM subjects, build critical thinking and leadership skills, and win tech and class materials for your school. For students in grades 6-12.

Additional Opportunities
If you try one of these, let us know how it goes!

Future City Competition

Future City holds an annual competition that gives kids the chance to research real-world problems, design innovative solutions, engage in student-led learning, and strengthen teamwork skills. 

For students in grades 6-8.


Toshiba/NSTA ExploraVision Competition

ExploraVision Competition is a science competition engaging groups of 2-4 students to simulate real research and development. A teacher guides his or her students as they pick a current technology, research it, envision what it might look like in 20 years, and describe the development steps, pros & cons, and obstacles. For students in grades K-12.


Broadcom MASTERS Competition

Broadcom MASTERS is the preeminent national middle school science and engineering competition in the US and the world. Students are invited to compete in the program by entering their science and engineering projects at regional and state Society-affiliate fairs. Affiliated fairs are available in the Portland Metro area and Bend. For students in middle school.


Conrad Challenge

Conrad Challenge is an annual, multi-phase innovation and entrepreneurial competition that encourages young adults to leave their mark on the world. Each year, teams of 2-5 students from around the globe create products and/or services that address some of the most pressing global challenges. For students ages 13-18.


Technology Student Association Competitions

Technology Student Association hosts an annual conference where students can compete in a variety of competitions in coding, design, robotics, tech, and more. For students in middle school and high school.

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