Warnock Foundation launches Baltimore High School Innovation Challenge
Today, the Warnock Foundation launched the Baltimore High School Innovation Challenge.
The challenge asks high school students to innovate for Baltimore. Each Baltimore City Public Schools high school forms a team, comes up with an idea that will benefit its community, and submits that idea online. Semi-finalists will receive funding to create a pitch for their idea, and will compete in front of a panel of judges. The winning team will receive a $5,000 grant for their school, and their idea will be published in Volume 3 of the Warnock Foundation’s Baltimore Social Innovation Journal.
To apply, or to learn more about the Baltimore High School Innovation Challenge, click here (http://baltimoreinnovation.org/highschool/).
- September 15: Tell us you’d like to participate! Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- October 1: Submit your idea.
- October 15: Semi-finalists announced. Begin work on presentations!
- December 1: Winners chosen by a panel of judges.