For the tenth time, Samsung is hosting their ‘Solve for Tomorrow’ contest.
The nation-wide contest is designed to encourage students and teachers to address problems in their local community through science, technology, engineering, and math.
The company will chose 300 schools throughout the country and present them with technology and supplies for their schools.
Last year, Gulfport High School was named the state’s winner and received $20,000 in technology. Engineering Teacher Clint Brawley said, “It challenges kids to solve the problems. So, it’s something the kids, they decided what the problem is and how they want to solve it. So, they have a vested interest in it. They have skin in the game. Whereas if I got them working on a project that I come up with it is ‘ah, we’re doing this for Mr. Brawley.’”
If you’re a teacher and you’re interested in signing up visit Samsung.com/solve.