Since the Mock Pitch review process is online and asynchronous, judges can complete the pitches whenever they have free time.
Georgia AIM will support a total of nine inter-related projects throughout the state and is designed to increase job and wage opportunities in distressed and rural communities and among historically underrepresented and underserved people.
Three teams of middle and high school students invited to compete in Invention Convention Globals.
Georgia Tech volunteers sought as judges for K-12 InVenture Prize competition.
Approximately 140 elementary through high school students participated in South Georgia Innovation Day last Friday, February 10, presenting their own inventions as a part of Georgia Tech’s K-12 InVenture Prize competition.
On March 14, 2018, Georgia Tech hosted the K-12 InVenture Prize for the fifth year.
Winners from the K-12 InVenture Prize compete and place at the National Invention Convention and Entrepreneurship Expo.
A K-12 InVenture Prize teacher was selected as a Top Innovative Teacher due to her excellence as a STEM educator.
Georgia Tech’s K12 InVenture Prize, held on March 13, 2019, pushed students to approach the innovation process from a unique and challenging perspective inside and outside of the classroom.
Georgia Tech’s K-12 InVenture Prize State Finals held on March 11th, 2020, featured 98 teams of student entrepreneurs from across Georgia.