In The Know – Exciting STEM Competitions!

In The Know – Exciting STEM Competitions!

STEM activities are a brilliant way to inspire more young people to take on careers in STEM. As employers still struggle to recruit skilled staff in these areas, there has been a great deal of effort made in recent years to teach young people the importance of STEM and the role it can play in shaping the future. This week’s newsletter has three great STEM competitions to inspire the next generation!

Google Science Fair
Google has launched a competition for 13-18-year-olds to exhibit their brilliant STEM ideas. Young people can enter on their own or as part of a group and stand a chance to win one of the 179 prizes up for grabs! The judges are looking for entries that offer a new perspective, fresh thinking, or an innovative approach. To find out more, click here.

National Engineering Competition for Girls
Talent 2013 invites girls to solve the major challenges of the 21st century by participating in the National Engineering Competition for girls! Entrants are encouraged to create a project to show how engineering makes a difference to people and the planet. The competition is open to all female students in secondary school and there are three different age categories between 11 and 18. Girls can enter alone or in a group. To find out more, click here.

BP Ultimate STEM Challenge
BP has launched the Ultimate STEM challenge for young people aged 11-14. By exploring the practical uses of science, engineering and technology the challenge is designed to stimulate creativity, build confidence and teamworking skills, and inspire young people to consider careers in STEM. This year’s challenge tasks young people with reimagining the solution to a real-life problem using their creativity, skills and knowledge. To find out more, click here.

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