Foundation / Corporation
Innovation Generation, Stanley Black and Decker, and Discovery Education
01/28/21 8:00 PM ET
Prizes to USA high school students or student teams to solve societal or environmental issues. Participating teams of students in grades 9 through 12 will develop original product design blueprints to produce products that solve societal or environmental needs. Individual students or student teams must create original entry videos to enter the contest.
Brief Contest Description: Each eligible Student will have the opportunity to create an original entry video in accordance with the Challenge, either as an individual or as part of a team of 2-4 Students (each such team of Students, a “Team”).
Students/Teams will create an original unique product design blueprint that solves a need in one of following two entry topic areas:
1. Societal Needs (such as: healthcare, safety, transportation, disaster resilience, infrastructure, security [i.e. cameras and monitoring], employment, automation of routine tasks, elderly care, childcare, education, nutrition, physical health); or
2. Environmental Needs (such as: coastal shoreline restoration, green infrastructure, carbon footprint reduction, clean air and water, drinking water access, recycling, sustainable power sources, sustainable transportation, up-cycling, improved materials and energy efficiency, smart cities).
Students/Teams will then create an original entry video of 60 to 90 seconds in length (based on the Student/Team’s own original idea) which should:
GrantWatch ID#: 185075
The following prizes will be made available:
-One (1) Grand Prize: a $15,000 prize to be awarded in the form of a check made payable to the winner (or if won by a Team, to be divided equally between Team members and awarded in the form of checks made payable to the winning Team members), and a STANLEY prize pack consisting of a tool box and hand tools selected by STANLEY with a total approximate retail value (“ARV”) of $97 for each Student associated with the applicable entry. The total ARV of the Grand Prize ARV is $15,097 - $15,388, depending on the number of prize packs awarded.
-One (1) Second Prize: a $10,000 prize to be awarded in the form of a check made payable to the winner (or if won by a Team, to be divided equally between Team members and awarded in the form of checks made payable to the winning Team members), and a STANLEY prize pack consisting of a tool box and hand tools selected by STANLEY with a total ARV of $97 for each Student associated with the applicable entry. The total Second Prize ARV is $10,097 - $10,388, depending on the number of prize packs awarded.
-One (1) Third Prize: a $5,000 prize to be awarded in the form of a check made payable to the winner (or if won by a Team, to be divided equally between Team members and awarded in the form of checks made payable to the winning Team members), and a STANLEY prize pack consisting of a tool box and hand tools selected by STANLEY with a total ARV of $97 for each Student associated with the applicable entry. The total Third Prize ARV is $5,097 - $5,388, depending on the number of prize packs awarded.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
To enter the contest: https://www.innovation-gen.com/user/register?destination=/competition/making_for_good_challenge/enter
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