Engineer Girl Writing Contest March 1, 2012 Deadline
It is hard to imagine what the world would be like without modern medicine...
Spark at MIT (Spark 2013 will be March 16. Student Reg will open on February 19: Register early. Classes fill up.)
Program Vitals for Spark
What: A Saturday in which you can take classes on a variety of subjects, taught by MIT students and community.
When: March 16, 2013.
Who: Students in grades 7-12.
Where: On the MIT campus.
Kids Are Authors (deadline is March 15)
Kids Are Authors is an annual competition open to students in Grades K–8 and is designed to encourage students to use their reading, writing, and artistic skills. Children work in teams of three or more students to write and illustrate their own book.
First Amendment Cartoon Contest (deadline is March 15)
If you are creative and like to draw, this is your chance to illustrate principles of freedom and perhaps win a prize! Submissions will be judged on the basis of content, artistic quality, and creativity. Six winners will each receive a $50* prize, and will be showcased on the Judges, Courts and the Law web site.
West Point Online Bridge Competition begins: January 14, deadline: March 19
Doodle 4 Google (deadline is March 22, 2013)
Doodle 4 Google is an annual program that invites K-12 students in the United States to use their artistic talents to think big and redesign the Google homepage logo for millions to see.
Jack Kent Cook Young Scholars Program (The Phase One deadline is March 21, 2013)
An amazing scholarship opportunity for 7th graders! They select exceptional students with financial need and provide them with individualized educational opportunities and advising throughout their educational career. The application deadline is in April.
Rubber Band Contest
Design and create a working invention that incorporates at least one rubber band. April 5, 2013 deadline
Discovery Education: Young Scientist's (Video) Challenge (deadline April 23rd)
In order to enter, students must be in grades 5 through 8, and must submit a video entry online. Students may only work as individuals. Students will be challenged to create a one- to two-minute video that explains their idea for a NEW invention intended to solve an everyday problem. Videos do NOT need to be "produced" or have high production value. Judges are not evaluating production skills.