Our mission is to develop the next generation of engineers and entrepreneurs by making invention education accessible to all students and teachers. We hope to broaden participation in STEAM by bringing authentic invention and entrepreneurship experiences to K-12 teachers and students.

What does K-12 InVenture Prize offer?

K-12 Educators

Access to an innovative invention curriculum, competition events, and professional development training to help teachers shape and build their students' invention and entrepreneurship educational experience

Community Members

Opportunities to inspire K-12 students and share their expertise with young learners by judging student projects at competition events

K-12 Students and Families

Learning experiences and competition events that empower students as inventors and entrepeneurs


Opportunity to make a direct impact on the future of K-12 education in Georgia through partnerships and/or financial contributions

Impact and Reach of K-12 InVenture Prize

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School Registration: 450+

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Teacher Participation: 750+

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Student Participation: 15,000+

History of K-12 InVenture Prize

The K-12 InVenture Prize program is an offshoot of The InVenture Prize at Georgia Tech, piloted in 2012 and stemmed from the passion and dedication of two high school teachers.

What is The InVenture Prize at Georgia Tech?

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The InVenture Prize is an innovation competition where undergraduates and recent graduates from various disciplines at Georgia Tech design, development, and iterate their innovations to compete for the opportunity to take their inventions to the next level.