Apply your ingenuity with Siemens and Solid Edge
Solid Edge is a portfolio of affordable, easy-to-use software tools that address all aspects of the product development process. Solid Edge combines the speed and simplicity of direct modeling with the flexibility and control of parametric design – made possible with synchronous technology.
It is very likely that you know at least one person who suffers from a temporary or permanent mobility impairment and therefore requires a transport chair to move. Unfortunately, sometimes acquiring a device of this type can be very expensive in certain countries and/or certain areas especially rural areas. Solid Edge from Siemens invites you to share your ingenuity and test your skills in a design challenge to create a functional and feasible mobility solution.
Every day, the market demands more innovative solutions, at lower costs and with high-quality standards, which is why the design and optimization of components...
A friend and I recently started building the world’s first online Speech and Debate course , but, we kinda realized it wasn't something we could do on our own 😄.
So far, we’ve got the basic introduction units outlining the basics of Speech and Debate done, but we’d love to work with some people talented in their own individual events-in particular, we need people who're interested in Speech and Debate who’ve competed on the circuit who feel capable to teach others in their event.
All it takes is spending a couple hours with us over the next two weeks, and you can cement the work you've done in this activity not just in time, but in the minds of the next generation of competitors.
We’re looking for people with great leadership, creative and organizational skills that can create content in a fun and engaging way!
So what are you waiting for!
Fill out this form and let's help the future of Speech and Debate thrive.
Looking forward to meeting you!
Please answer the following questions for the DIAMUN 2022 STOFF application. Thank you for showing interest in the DIAMUN 2022 STOFF Position! The theme for this year is: Revitalising international cooperation to foster development into new frontiers Please read the following requirements: 1. Answer all the following questions to the best of your ability. Consider these answers to be your letter of motivation, or even an initial interview. Respond to the questions with as much detail as you can provide. 2. Upload a CV/Resume. Add all MUN related activities on this, with as much detail as you can, as well as any normal extracurriculars, achievements, and skills you have. 3. A letter of recommendation from your MUN Director (Not necessary for DIA EH students). If you have any issues, please contact: Siddhant Tandon - SG: email@example.com Harsha Bharadwaj - PGA: firstname.lastname@example.org Yasmine Maayah - DSG: email@example.com...
Junior Space Scientist Program - JSS '21
Every child is born with a curious mind but curiosity withers away with age. To fuel that curiosity and put them to best use SSERD has designed a Research program for High School students.
30 Day Research program
The Internship and Project Division(IPD) of SSERD is organizing a 30 days Junior Space Scientist Program. The Junior Space Scientist program is a research program where students of 8th to 12th grade from schools across India and abroad come together virtually and work on a small space research project. We believe that diversity of minds brings out the best ideas. The program is designed to help the students to understand the process of researching, working on a project and learn to work in teams. The students receive mentorship and guidance during research. This program also helps students to develop their social skills and learn to interact with people.
Projects on Space settlements, Astronomy, Aeronautics,...
The Junior Space Entrepreneur Program (JSEP) better prepares today’s youth to secure STEAM positions within aerospace companies while providing an immersive educational experience. Embark on a complete Mars mission encompassing all the challenges that come with sending astronauts to our neighboring planet and returning them safely to the Earth. Participants will utilize newly gained knowledge of Mars and the skills taught through the Space Foundation Space Commerce to develop their own business.
JSEP creates young entrepreneurs through fun, challenging activities that improve and build on 21st Century Essential Skills. Create, develop, and market a space product to sell to real investors. Receive one-on-one mentoring from experts in various STEAM fields to strengthen your project management skills and build a vast network of valuable connections. Give your students an astronomical advantage above the STEAM competition by signing up for the Jr. Space Entrepreneurship Program!
BSMS Virtual Work Experience: This course provides a 'virtual' work experience for those looking to apply to medical school. You will be introduced to the NHS before exploring the roles and skillsets of six different medical specialists. Along the way, you will also consider some of the challenges and wider issues doctors face:
Surgery & Inpatient Medicine
Understand the organisation of the NHS in terms of primary, secondary and tertiary care
Recognise the ways in which patients can access healthcare and how and why patients move through different services in the NHS
Become familiar with reflecting on work experience
Develop and understanding of the roles of different types of doctor, including GPs, consultants and foundation doctors
Appreciate the ways that a doctor and other Healthcare Professionals manage patients
CALL FOR ENTRIES: The Copic Award 2021 now is opened for entries, competition aimed at providing an opportunity to share the diverse artworks created using Copic products on the web, connect Copic fans around the world to inspire each other and help make their creative experiences more fun.
The Copic Award is a competition aimed at providing an opportunity to share the diverse artworks created using Copic products on the web, connect Copic fans around the world to inspire each other and help make their creative experiences more fun. The Copic Award is a competition that provides an opportunity to share diverse artworks created using Copic products. It connects Copic fans from around the world to inspire each other and to enjoy a collective creative experience. Artworks must have been created using Copic products. There are no categories nor specific theme . The Award has been purposely kept this broad to encourage imagination. This year’s panel of judges includes manga...
Join over 95,000 students from 21 countries, challenging your knowledge of Chemistry in the ICQ (previously known as the ANCQ). Since 1982, the quiz has encouraged and inspired students from around the globe to pursue careers in Chemistry and STEM.
60min Quiz of 30 multiple-choice questions Open to students from Year 7 - 12 Knowledge-based assessment, not restricted to specific syllabus Available in hard copy and online formats Helpful tools and resources available Past papers are available to purchase All students receive an achievement certificate with their results ICQ Teacher results report provided
Observe local professionals and perform routine tasks in various departments as you work directly with doctors & nurses to heal patients in & around cities in Ghana. This volunteer program is especially suitable for:
Medical care is a necessity of human rights and these hospitals and clinics that we partner with strive to provide the best care. Due to this, they are very welcoming of anyone who is willing to help.
Volunteers will be placed with doctors and nurses in actual care facilities in Ghana. They will increase their medical knowledge while actively participating in the daily operations of hospitals and medical centres.
Volunteers will provide all due assistance to doctors, nurses and the rest of the healthcare staff in hospitals and clinics in Ghana. Certified doctors and nurses will provide the daily treatment of illness while medical and nursing students are placed as assistants. There are many different departments available including maternity, pediatrics,...
About the Program
Gain invaluable hands-on experience, working side by side with medical staff and fellow volunteers at a hospital or a neighborhood health clinic. This opportunity will give you an insight into the day to day running of a hospital or clinic. You will experience the stark contrast between western medical practice and the realities of medicine in developing countries. As the hospitals and clinics are still modernizing there are many challenges faced and there are realities not often seen in developed countries. Therefore, this project not only provides you with responsibility, it also allows you to broaden your perspective by working at a hospital/health clinic in a developing country where you will be faced with the stark realities of the disparities between medical practice in the developed and developing world. This means that, sadly, you will also see medical conditions that have remained untreated and have developed to an advanced pathological stage...
* Complete a project that solves a problem for a real organization and add it to your resume.
* Get a professional recommendation from your personal mentor that details your skills and accomplishments.
* Learn new skills, relevant to an impact-focused profession, and apply them to real scenarios.
* Complete three online courses and earn a certificate from the University of Richmond.
* Attend an immersive series of lectures delivered by leading academics, professionals, and local experts.
WRITE A LESSON PLAN ON BASIC SANITATION
Teaching the importance of basic hygiene to children dramatically reduces the risk of disease and promotes a healthy lifestyle. Propose a lesson plan to help the organization teach local children the importance of handwashing and other aspects of healthy living.
REPORT THE EFFECTS OF CONTAMINATED WATER
Contaminated water sources cause waterborne illnesses that kill millions each year. Use data collected by the local...
Find solutions to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). $10,000 prize pool.
Compete in teams of 2 (recommended) or on your own. Teams can apply together. Individual applicants are, if they wish for it, matched up with a teammate by us.
In a qualifier, you choose one of three problem statements to respond to. To help you prepare, you are told the topics 10 days before the event, but the exact problem statement is only revealed at the start of the actual qualifier event.
Then you have 3 hours to research (with internet connection) and write essay responses to questions related to the problem statement. ClimateScience will score each team's solution. All participants will receive a certificate and top participants a special honour.
Unite The World
Tackling modern-day matters
Once again, the German School of Prague would proudly like to introduce you to our sixth edition of the Model United Nations conference 2021. This year’s meeting will be held online between the 11th and 13th of June and is open to all high school and undergraduate university students – as well as newcomers to Model UN!
We are more than pleased to warmly welcome you to our conference, free of charge , that will mainly focus on the topic ‘Tackling modern-day matters’. Delegates will have the chance to debate on current topics and pass appropriate resolutions that meet today’s needs.
We are sure that with your enthusiasm and our hard effort, we could possibly create the most exciting, entertaining, and intriguing conference of all time!
Do not miss out on the latest news on our social media platforms!
Overcome current challenges to ensure a better future
Welcome to the first edition of BTU Model United Nations, the MUN society of the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus–Senftenberg, Germany. Due to the pandemic, the conference will be held online.
The theme of this year’s conference is “ Overcome current challenges to ensure a better future ”. We are excited to see delegates from across the globe discuss at different committees, and suggest their innovative ideas to solve these issues.
To make our MUN conference memorable for everyone, we will send a goody bag before the event. To facilitate your preparation, we will also arrange an online MUN training session.
Please visit: https://mymun.com/muns/btumun-2021?utm_source=featured&utm_medium=banner&utm_campaign=promotion
Online Model United Nations is currently hiring Executive staff on a rolling basis. If you are interested in joining our Executive Leadership Team (ELT), please fill in the form with your experience and preferences and you will be contacted when a role is available. Some roles need new staff immediately and some roles have a waiting list of potential staff. If you are waitlisted, please be patient and we will reach out to you with an opportunity as soon as one is available. The majority of positions are open to high school students between the ages of 14-18, unless otherwise noted. For more information, please visit: https://www.onlinemodelunitednations.org/
Girls In Tech Hack is a no-code hackathon designed for middle and high school female-identifying students, trans and non-binary included, from diverse backgrounds and skill levels. Our goal is to create spaces where all students are inspired to learn new skills while collaborating on innovative projects.
Our hackathon–Girls In Tech Hack–focuses on the curation of ideas that sets apart the entrepreneurs. We adept you with all the skills needed to illustrate and pitch your plans.
We will have various workshops throughout the day on topics that will help you create your hackathon project and build skills beyond.
Learn more about us: ( https://hackathon.lwhs-girlsintech.com/ ) .
WHAT IS LEARNATHON21?
Think of the technical side of hackathon workshops. Now think of the breadth of knowledge and experience in a job fair or career day. Spread both across a month and you have yourself our Learnathon21.
Learnathon21 is a learning marathon focused on the programming industry’s kaleidoscopic variety! Open to all high school and CÉGEP students that have a passion for tech, it will feature dozens of workshops, spaced out during the month and each lasting between 60 and 120 minutes. During these workshops, both technical and intellectual, you’ll be exposed to a plethora of coding subjects, from iOS Indie App Development to Artificial intelligence and even Competitive Hackathon-Prep. Whether you’ve never written a line of code in your life or have an essay’s worth under your belt, there is something for everyone!
PitchTeen 2.0 is a tech startup competition for female and nonbinary community in HS and college from all over the world. We aim to create a safe and encouraging place for women to help them explore tech and business fields.
Coding is not a requirement. We will hold introductory workshops or you can use Figma, Framer or Wix to create the prototype.
Brainstorm an idea
Introduction to prototyping
Landing internships as a high school student
Journey of a student founder
How to pitch
Women in Business + Tech panel
OPEN TO ANY STUDENT OF HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL AROUND THE WORLD.
Sustainability and Community AI Fair is a Technology Competition to encourage high and middle school students to work on community and environment focussed projects and win prizes. We believe that everybody has the potential to build projects and make a difference irrespective of their financial background. There will be scholarships/grants available for underrepresented individuals. Please look at the guideline page for details on how to apply.
Best of both worlds - help the community and win thousands of dollars. Community AI is seeking projects across the world, designed and developed by high and middle school students. These projects should try to solve problems related to community or the environment and use technology or AI to solve the problems. The fair is open to all high and middle school students who’ll solve a community or environment focused problem using technology. Underrepresented...
Climate Science is a UK-based charity that is driven by volunteers to provide reliable scientific articles and information on climate change.
In the qualifier round, candidates choose one of three problem statements to respond to.
To help candidates prepare, they are told the topics 10 days before the event, but the exact problem statement is only revealed at the start of the actual qualifier event.
The top three teams win US$5,000, US$3,000 and US$2,000, respectively. The prize money is split half and half between the two team members or awarded in full in case the winner participated on their own.
Finalists will meet in person and attend the ‘Green zone’ of the United Nations Climate Summit (COP-26) in Glasgow on Monday 1st November – Friday 12th November 2021.
The deadline is on Sunday 1st August 2021.
Candidates may compete either individually or in teams of two. Individual applicants are, if they wish for it, matched up with a teammate by...