Spread the Word … Free Virtual Summer Program for HS Juniors Interested in STEM
Heads up, high school teachers! Students finishing their junior year can apply for the Team Tech Challenge, a free virtual summer STEM program brought to you by Deloitte.
What is the Team Tech Challenge?
In this free four-day challenge, students compete with teammates in a tech innovation challenge and prepare for the next step ahead: college. They’ll learn about artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, analytics, and more. Winning team members of the Team Tech Challenge will each win a prize worth $200. (See the official rules here.)
The challenge will take place virtually, and students may apply for the session that works best for them:
- Session 1: June 20-23, 2022
- Session 2: July 18-21, 2022
What Teachers Are Saying:
The kinds of skills they are engaging in, both contextually and cooperatively, are necessary real-world skills.
Looks good on a resume—and great experience.
How Can Students Apply?
Applying only takes a few minutes! Students can head to the Team Tech Challenge website to get started.
Save and Share This Free Flyer to Spread the Word
This flyer has all the details students need about the program, so save and share it with your high school juniors today!
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