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Tomorrow's leaders and scientists are among our children and the future literally lies in their hands right now. Without a doubt, in the world we live in today, science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education is essential to the next generation's success.
So I couldn't be more excited to tell other moms and dads all about the Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge, a prestigious national science competition for youth in grades 5 through 8 and how you can get your kids involved.
Your son or daughter is encouraged to submit his or her ideas now through April 20, 2016, for a chance to win $25,000, to attend an exclusive Discovery Network taping, to work beside a 3M Scientist Mentor and to earn the title "America's Top Young Scientist."
How to Enter
In the summer ten finalists will be announced and will be challenged to develop their innovations making a difference. During this period, students will join in a mentorship program working one-on-one with 3M scientists. Each of the ten finalists will also win a trip to the 3M Innovation Center in St. Paul, Minnesota to compete at the final event in October 2016.
For more information on the Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge, including submission guidelines, tips from previous winners and complete rules, please visit youngscientistchallenge.com.
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About the Young Scientist Challenge
Since its inception, the Young Scientist Challenge has awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars in student scholarships and prizes, paired students with world-renowned scientists to give them real-world insights and delivered much-needed resources to millions of students, teachers and families across the country.
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