Mark Your Calendars for the 2021 K-12 InVenture Prize State Finals on March 17, 2021!
Online Webinars (Optional) - September - December 2020
Are you interested in teaching invention education? Join us for our 2020 Webinar Series!
- Learn about how K-12 InVenture Prize is transitioning and incorporating collaborative methods (virtual, in-person, and/or hybrid) in the competition as well as in the curriculum.
- Discuss how to navigate students to go beyond their first idea and become passionate about creating the best version of their invention.
- Gain an understanding on how to protect your students' invention and intellectual property.
- Explore how to teach students to design and build high quality prototypes.
- And more!
Mock Pitch Day (Optional)- October 2020
Students can pitch their ideas to Georgia Tech students and faculty as well as industry members for early feedback. Pitches and prototypes do not need to be finalized! This is a great chance to discuss ideas before the project is completed. The pitch days take place online. Students need (1) Project Title, (2) 200 character short description of project, (3) YouTube link to your short presentation, (4) Teacher's email to send feedback to! The Pitch Day registration link will be sent to the teacher at the beginning of the month they are signed up for. If you are not already on our mailing list, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online Qualifier- Entries Due: February 2021
K-12 InVenture Prize State Finals- March 17th, 2021
Top teams will be invited to compete in the State Finals at Georgia Tech. Final team information will be due February 2021. The competition will take place at the Georgia Tech Exhibition Hall.
Georgia Tech's InVenture Prize- March 17th, 2021
Students and teachers who attend State Finals are invited to the live filming of the InVenture Prize on March 17, 2021. More details here!