Global Challenge Awards by National Science Foundation NSF for 2009

The GCA funded by the National Science Foundation ITEST Program, provides a K16 partnership framework that supports young women and minority high school students for three years and hundreds of hours outside of school to develop the knowledge, skills and personal vision to see science, technology, engineering and mathematical (STEM) studies as feasible and desirable choices for college majors. The Global Challenge is funded, in part, by a National Science Foundation (NSF) award from the Information Technology Experiences for Students (ITEST) program, validating the project’s design for engaging youth in science, technology, engineering and mathematics learning.

Global Business Plan: Build an International Team, envision a global solution, create a detailed business plan, and win up to $1000 per person.

Technical Innovation Plan: Build an International Team, envision any kind of technical solution, explain it and win up to $500 per person

STEM Explorations: Work on your own, win up to $250.

Green Earth Corps: Work on your own or with any team, build a home and business auditing service, earn while you learn and serve. No limit on your earning!

Quantam Videos: Work on your own or with any team, earn fame and recognition.
Design TASC: Work with a local team and teacher, build a operating model for a competition, earn prizes and awards for your school.

Organizer
Global Challenge

Eligibility Criteria
(i) All students who are not yet in college are invited to participate.
(ii) Materials are aimed for students aged 14-17, but welcome all who are not yet in college.
(iii)There are two ways to participate – as an individual or as part of a team.
(iv) For team projects, you select a friend and, if you would like, an adult (called a Country Team) and then join forces with a similar team from another country (to form an International Team).

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