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Funding opportunities, grants, and recognition awards.

Google Coding Competition

May 01, 2019


Student Contest to Develop Open Source Software

Google Code-in is a contest to introduce pre-university students (aged 13–17) to open source software development. In the fall, Google chooses more than a dozen open source organizations to participate. The organizations create an extensive list of three- to five-hour tasks for students to work on. The tasks are categorized as Code, Documentation/Training, Outreach/Research, Quality Assurance, and Design.

Give your point of view

May 01, 2019


Competition Fostering Business and Personal Finance Skills

The Knowledge@Wharton High School (KWHS) Comment and Win contest is an opportunity for students in grades 9–12 to dig into the hundreds of online KWHS articles, videos, and podcasts about business, finance, entrepreneurship, leadership, economics, and career and college preparation, and to leave compelling comments about the topics that interest them most. It’s a way for students to read, reflect on, and deepen the conversation around these topics—and get recognition for their ideas.

Service Learning and Leadership Compteition

May 01, 2019


Competition Empowering Students to Lead and Serve

The Lead2Feed Challenge, a component of the Lead2Feed Student Leadership Program, encourages teams of middle school and high school students to hone their leadership skills by completing a service-learning project. Working with a nonprofit organization, each team must set a goal to solve a local, state, or national social or cultural problem.

Math Competition for Girls

May 01, 2019


Prize Celebrating Girls’ Mathematical Creativity and Insight

The Advantage Testing Foundation (ATF) Math Prize for Girls is the largest math prize for young women in the world. Each fall, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, nearly 300 young female mathematicians compete in a challenging test of mathematical creativity and insight.

physics grant

Apr 15, 2019


Recognition of Exceptional Leadership in Physics Education

The American Physical Society’s Excellence in Physics Education Award recognizes an individual or team that has exhibited sustained commitment to outstanding physics education. Award recipients will receive $5,000, a certificate citing the achievements of the group or individual, and an allowance for travel expenses to the American Physical Society’s meeting where the award will be presented.


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