Youth from all over, 4th-12th Grades, are invited to flex their critical thinking, imagination and artistic skills to design a multimedia concept that illustrates the use of innovation to create something the world truly needs.
Any variety of multimedia mediums may be used to create a presentation:
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Everyone who enters has a chance to win one $200 cash award.
Contest Dates: October 1-31, 2014
Submit your entry by October 31st. No Entry Fee!
To Enter, go to the site: www.visioncontest.wordpress.com
The spirit of creativity and innovation are symbolic to our great country. Innovation is linked to positive changes in efficiency, productivity, quality and competitiveness. We challenge our younger generation of students to think with originality.
WHY? Create innovations and provide answers to social and technical challenges
WHO? Any youth 4th-12th Grades
WHAT? Any Multimedia entry
HOW? Submit entry via internet or mail
WHEN? October 1-31, 2014
GOALS OF THE CONTEST
The primary goal of the Vision Contest is to harness new intelligent approaches of large numbers of the youth community to create innovations and provide answers to challenges of what humanity needs now or in the future. By asking youth to make determinations as concerned citizens and think constructively about change, we believe it may be possible to create better solutions than would have been developed otherwise.
The goals of this contest are not to advocate any particular point of view or multimedia preference. Instead, we hope to provide a neutral forum where the best ideas and information can be shared.
PRIDE Museum is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization in Silicon Valley and the Bay Area, inspiring a new generation of youth to explore careers in technology and science. PRIDE Museum delivers exposure to youth (K-12) on technology and science education with a focus on the contributions of African American innovators to Silicon Valley.
PRIDE Museum Learning Programs are FREE to youth. Community partnerships with museums, planetariums, space centers, corporations, laboratories, universities, libraries, civic organizations, volunteer professionals, etc., provide the group with personal tours and special events to continuously explore the varied & extensive educational services available from their public and private venues.