Mar 03, 2019

Australian Stockholm Junior Water Prize

  • Crimson Education
  • Australia
Competition Skill Building

Description

The Stockholm Junior Water Prize (SJWP) is the most prestigious youth award for a water-related science project at high school. The prize taps into the
unlimited potential of today’s youth as they seek to address water challenges.

Created in 1997 by the Stockholm Water Foundation, the prize was established to mirror the adult Stockholm Water Prize. The Stockholm International Water Institute facilitates the international competition and the student prize enjoys the patronage of HRH Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden.

The Australian Stockholm Junior Water Prize (ASJWP) aims to inspire students to develop solutions to real water problems and encourages students into careers in the international and Australian water community.

The ASJWP winner goes on to represent Australia at the international competition in August 2019 in Stockholm, Sweden where national winners from over 30 countries travel to participate in a weeklong cultural exchange program and compete for the international prize

For more information visit the official website here

Type of Opportunity

Extracurricular Activity

Age Range

N/A

Competitiveness

Varies

Various levels of competition

Participation Cost

N/A

No cost

Minimum Technical Skill Needed

1/5

No technical skills needed

Time Commitment

Varies

Various levels of competition

Application Deadline

TBA for 2021 (2020 is now closed)

Application Process Includes

Submit your entry with these attachments:
- A completed nomination form with signed declarations
- The extended abstract or full paper in MS Word and/or PDF format
- Biography (180-250 words) in MS Word format
- Photo of nominee (in jpg)
- 3-minute video pitch

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