The Cosmos Championship is a WSDC, Parlimatary, and Public Forum debate competition that focuses on giving students the opportunity to debate on an international and intercontinental scale . In turn, this allows them to engage with arguments from a global perspective, make worldwide connections, possibly learn a new style of debate, and debate other students who live thousands of miles away; something only the best or wealthiest debaters would normally have the chance to do, ALL FOR FREE .
To find out more and sign up, go to our website www.globaldebating.org
Any questions? Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re a team of young students from around the globe on a mission to inspire the next generation by developing and launching Auahitūroa , our satellite, into orbit.
We envisage a world where anything is possible, where inequality is a distant memory and where humanity can thrive and advance as a multi-planetary, space fairing society.
Auahitūroa is a 1.5U Cubesat designed to educate and inspire. Launched into orbit, Auahitūroa will downlink live video back to earth, along with data from three student-built MCU-based experiments, selected from an international competition launching in 2021. In addition, the satellite will provide students around the world with the ability to remotely run programs and collect data in real-time using an array of industry-leading sensors.
In 2021, we are launching an array of regional outreach initiatives, which will involve the facilitation of workshops, delivered in high schools, webinars, and a range of other events. Our goal is...
The Canadian Junior Leadership Experience (CJLE ) is an opportunity for middle-school (Grade 6 to 8) students to learn about business across various fields and demonstrate their knowledge in a competition judged by esteemed industry professionals. Participants will have the opportunity to: Learn fundamental concepts by attending workshops delivered by experienced business students. Compete with participants across the country in an intense competition judged by esteemed industry experts. Enrich their personal and professional skills through exclusive activities delivered at the culminating event: the Canadian Junior Leadership Conference (CJLC).
The International Youth Law Conference is an event that offers a lot of opportunities for students to connect with others that have the same passion, participate in legal workshops and keynote speeches hosted by top-tier lawyers, and engage in open discussion sessions. It is an online conference that is free of charge for all students with legal workshops hosted by professional lawyers, and law students as well as keynotes by influential individuals in the legal field. The event is continued to a second day that entails a case analysis competition hosted in a MUN Crisis style and attendees will be given the case hours before the 'trail' and will receive further clues along the way.
The Hack+Policy Foundation has officially opened up registration for Merge, a 36-hour virtual hackathon+policython uniting individuals from different backgrounds to solve society’s most pressing challenges. Our tracks include areas such as sociocultural, environmental, technology, healthcare, and education.
This year, Merge will be held virtually on March 26-28, 2021 . The three-day event will be filled with a variety of speakers such as Jagmeet Singh , workshops, mentors from prestigious institutions such as Harvard, and prizes up to $3,000 per team!
By participating in the event, top teams receive up to $500 in funding to continue their projects after the event and extensive mentorship from professors and professionals from Harvard University, Stanford, MIT and international NGOs. We encourage you to share this in your group if possible, passing it on to others!
Benefits of attending Merge:
Get mentored by students from institutes such...
The Portland State University High School Innovation Challenge allows students to be imaginative and design technological solutions to address important scientific issues that we face as a society. Students have the opportunity to drive the project themselves and work together in a creative and humanitarian spirit to tackle relevant large-scale problems. The challenge is student-driven; teams are paired with PSU student mentors to conduct fieldwork, identify a problem, and design a solution by applying the engineering design process. To showcase their work, students present their solutions at a final event before a panel of judges. This innovation challenge distinguishes itself from other STEM opportunities by highlighting the humanitarian impact of engineering, and how its application can have a profound impact on society. Furthermore, participants of the PSU High School Innovation Challenge are eligible to receive a $1,000 scholarship to attend the Maseeh College of Engineering...
Sciencious is an international, non-profit organisation that plans bring STEM to the youth who lack resources by:
(1) providing a dedicating publishing platform for students to publish their own scientific article (sciencious.com),
(2) publishing our monthly digital magazine,
(3) organising monthly webinars where students can acquire valuable experiences from renowned people within the STEM field,
(4) publishing a weekly podcast where we interview scientists, teachers and successful students,
(5) tutoring students with financial difficulties.
VOLUNTEER POSITIONS SIGN UP LINK: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1MENZEie7P-tSkAEAm7R_kC9aYfoP_pDrl_JyxNJOCm4/edit
1. STEM Tutor - Tutor students online
2. Author - Interested in writing scientific reports. - Can publish regularly, at least once or twice a month.
3. Educational Content Creator - Create worksheets for tutoring lessons.
(Positions open for General Lead Team & Video Project Team!)
A STEM organization that recognizes the lack of knowledge and attention regarding aphasia - a language disorder caused by neurological damage that affects speech production.
We are spreading awareness for aphasia and aiming to encourage others to take action! Currently, our team has the following projects to accomplish this (will definitely have other events and branch out!):
Grise has teams work together to research and create videos for largely two audiences:
1) Assisting aphasia patients' needs in partnership with clinicians and aphasia organizations. This way, the videos we make can pertain to the specific needs of patients, which our partners will be knowledgeable of to give a rough framework to base our work on. This may include navigating Zoom events, speech practices, or anything else that you find helpful!
2) Educational and informative videos for students and the general public....
If you have questions about submitting essays to The Concord Review , feel free to email me at: email@example.com , and I will respond. We need the best history papers we can find, and we welcome a chance to consider your best work. Essay Requirements
You may submit a paper to The Concord Review if you completed the paper before finishing secondary school.
You must be the sole author. (Note: Work Not Done by the Author, if Discovered, Can Result in Withdrawal of College Admission.)
The paper must be in English and may not have been previously published except in a publication of a secondary school that you attended.
Essays should be in the 4,000-6,000 (or more) word range, with Turabian (Chicago) endnotes and bibliography. The longest paper we have published was 21,000 words (on the Mountain Meadows Massacre).
Essays may be on any historical topic, ancient or modern, domestic or foreign, and must be submitted electronically....
We are a team of dedicated high school students who set up a company with the goal of making technology accessible to everyone. We offer gaming tournaments of many different games ranging from first person shooters to strategy games.
Moreover, keeping a healthy balance in life is important and we understand as students that schooling is tough. Therefore, we are also developing an academic tutoring program on various subjects.
Note: We will collect a small amount of money as the entrance fees for the participation within the game tournaments or the academic tutoring services and a percentage will be donated back into the community. You can pay the entrance fee of the tournaments with different payment methods.
We currently require tutors within our company so feel free to sign up here!
You will be paid per hour.
Check out our website for details and tournaments!
The Patricia Grodd Poetry Prize for Young Writers recognizes outstanding young poets and is open to high school sophomores and juniors throughout the world. The contest winner receives a full scholarship to the Kenyon Review Young Writers workshop. In addition, the winning poem and the poems of the two runners-up will be published in the Kenyon Review , one of the country’s most widely read literary magazines.
The contest is named in honor of Patricia Grodd in recognition of her generous support of the Kenyon Review and its programs, as well as her passionate commitment to education and deep love for poetry.
The final judge of the 2020 contest will be named soon.
Every year, submissions are accepted electronically November 1 through November 30.
It’s Simple to Enter
Limit of one, previously unpublished poem per entrant (please do not simultaneously submit your contest entry to another magazine or contest.)
You must be a high school sophomore...
About the Contest
Bennington College has a unique literary legacy , including twelve Pulitzer Prize winners , three U.S. poet laureates, four MacArthur Geniuses, countless New York Times bestsellers , and two of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people.
In celebration of this legacy, Bennington launched the Young Writers Awards to promote excellence in writing at the high school level. Our goal with this competition is to recognize outstanding writing achievement by high school students.
Each year, students in the 9th-12th grades are invited to enter in one of the following categories with the following submission:
Poetry: A group of three poems
Fiction: A short story (1,500 words or fewer) or one-act play (run no more than 30 minutes of playing time)
Nonfiction : A personal or academic essay (1,500 words or fewer)
A first, second, and third place winner is selected in each category. We welcome submissions from both US and...
According to WHO over a billion people, about 15% of the world's population, experience some form of disability
AI can empower people with disabilities with tools that support independence and productivity, as technology rapidly changes the way we live, learn, and work.
Microsoft APAC are proud to host the first virtual AI for Accessibility hackathon for business partners, developers, start-ups and universities in countries: Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, Nepal, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam
Register and join the community
Each team can include up to five members and the team lead must register all members using the "Register Your Team" button. Registration will be closed on 30th October 2020 (midnight) You will ideate and hack on real-life problem statements provided by non-profit organisations. Alternatively, you may address an accessibility...
This Pandemic Policython is an international, online competition from August 28th to the 30th for hundreds of students to propose policy-based solutions to today's most pressing challenges. Over the course of 48 hours, competitors, in teams of one to four members, will hear from community partners, federal agencies, and international organizations, receive guidance from leading academics whilst writing proposals, and submit their policy memos to policymakers.
Biology for Better is a new non-profit aiming to create a community of students from all around the world that are passionate about biology and would like to do more and actively contribute in a meaningful way. We are aiming to launch workshops and webinars, competitions, an education program to teach underprivileged children biology and the sciences, and have a monthly newsletter curated by our volunteers on fascinating biology topics and issues, current biological research, and feature interviews with famous biologists. So no matter whether you like animals, plants, human anatomy, evolution, genetics, Biology for Better is for YOU.
Link for the form: https://forms.gle/eDo3WFyTmAgAqdNP8
Description of Positions:
Japanese Kanji is ART that consists of various parts representing subjects/meaning.
Let's share your original Kanji with us!
This year's theme of original Kanji is "FUN" (Tanoshii).
The contest opens to all students who study Japanese in 6-12th grades.
Grand prize: $100 cash prizes for each division (Junior 6-8th, Senior 9th-12th grades)
Sponsor awards: $50 cash prizes for each division
The Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University is excited to invite you to the 25th Annual International Case Competition (ICC). The competition focuses on Operations Strategy, Supply Chain, Sustainability, and Corporate Social Responsibility and provides an innovative learning platform for students to solve a current operational business challenge. The competition helps students build competencies in synthesizing information under time pressure, organizing and prioritizing issues, applying decision-making skills, and working in teams. The event also connects leading operational talent with multinational sponsor companies for networking and recruiting opportunities.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the ICC will be held virtually this year to ensure safety and accessibility for participating teams and sponsoring companies.
Creative Shock is a global social business case competition for students which first took place in 2011. Participants every year are gathered to solve finance, marketing, PR and strategy problems for social businesses. By organizing this competition, we seek to introduce students to real-life global social business models and to communicate how all traditional business strategies can be applied to social enterprises and organizations, improve students’ strategic thinking by challenging them with real marketing and management problems, promote social business all around the world.
Participants have to solve two social business cases in the preliminary rounds. The best 10 teams gather in Vilnius, Lithuania to solve the two final cases.
If you are experiencing any difficulties contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We welcome you to the P&G CEO Challenge : A competition which will test your aptitude for business strategy and real-life problem-solving. If you’ve been eager to demonstrate your ingenuity and intelligence beyond your campus, this is the chance to make an impression on a global scale.
Prepare to compete with teams from around the world to see who is most fit to be the next CEO of P&G. Top students will ascend to the Global Final in Mexico City and win the opportunity to meet P&G CEO David Taylor. First, prepare to showcase your ability to think critically about leading a brand. Best of luck!
Has COVID-19 suspended your extracurriculars? Looking to turbocharge your university applications? Excited at the prospect of winning a mentorship session with the philanthropist and billionaire investor, Julian Robertson, the 38th Prime Minister of New Zealand, Sir John Key and the Founder and CEO of Crimson, Jamie Beaton?
The Tiger Global Case Competition is the world's first global, online business case competition for high school students, delivered by our Principal Partner Tiger Global Management and our Official Sponsor PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Compete in teams of 3 or 4 to step into the shoes of a CEO and develop solutions to a real-world business' challenges in a set timeframe. Winning strategies require attention to detail, creativity, and business acumen.
In addition to world-class prizes, the Tiger Global Case Competition will allow you to experience the exciting world of business, develop key teamwork and problem-solving skills and build a high-impact CV for your...