Virtual STEM competition offers big prizes for high school students
June 05, 2020
InspoScience Canada, a non-profit organization that aims to inspire and promote STEM among youth, has organized a virtual research & innovation competition for high school students.
Cash awards, patent grants, internships, and more than $2-million in scholarships are among the prizes for the best projects.
100 junior projects (grade 8-10) and 100 senior projects (grade 11-12) will be selected to participate in the 2020 edition of IRIC. Selected projects will be showcased in an online exhibition and compete for awards.
All students aged from 13-19, currently attending school in North America, and have a completed STEM project (alone or with one partner) are eligible to apply to and compete in IRIC. Applications will be open from June 01 to June 21, 2020.
You can visit the organization’s website at iric.insposcience.ca for more information.