5 STEM Competition Opportunities!

Updated: Feb 15, 2021

Written By: Sejal Bilwar

Learn about 5 STEM Competition Opportunities! STEM Competitions are a great chance for you to demonstrate to colleges what you can do in a high-stakes, high-concept environment while getting to explore many different fields such as engineering and computer science. Develop valuable skills such as critical thinking, teamwork, and problem solving. Let’s get started!

Conrad Challenge: The Conrad Challenge is an excellent opportunity for students ages 13-18 to innovate and use their technology skills to solve problems by developing solutions with global impact. Students are guided by teachers and industry experts and learn teamwork, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking. Link to apply:https://www.conradchallenge.org/

The JSHS (Junior Science and Humanities Symposia) STEM Competition: This STEM Competition promotes research and experimentation about all STEM subjects, including computer science and engineering. Link to apply: https://www.jshs.org/regional-competitions/find-your-region/

DeltaX Hacks Hackathon: Now, this opportunity is a bit different, but don't let this turn you away. DeltaX Hacks is a completely virtual weekend-long hackathon for middle and high school students. DeltaX Hacks helps students build/innovate and turn your ideas into a reality. Link to apply: https://deltaxhacks.com/

TSA High School Competition: TSA High School Competition is a great place to demonstrate your interests in computer science and engineering by participating in the Computer Science and Information Technology Competition. This is a virtual competition, so you can participate from the comfort of your own home! Link to apply: https://tsaweb.org/competitions-programs/tsa/high-school-competitions

ECyberMission STEM Competition: The ECyberMission STEM Competition is a competition for 6th - 9th graders that involves computer science and engineering skills. Students have to create a team, identify a problem in their community, work together to explore the problem, and finally share their findings and win prizes. Reminder: Registration ends January 6th 2021 so hurry up and apply! Link to apply: https://www.ecybermission.com/HowToCompete

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