Samsung resumes Solve for Tomorrow Challenge
Samsung Canada has begun a contest promotion called the "Solve for Tomorrow Challenge." The national educational initiative encourages Canadian students to address community issues through science, technology, engineering and mathematics. This will be the third year of the campaign. Samsung will award 50 regional finalist schools with packages of Samsung technology. Four of these schools will also win grand prize technology grants of $20,000. Teachers of grades six to 12 can now enter competition at <http://www.samsung.com/solvefortomorrow> until Feb. 28.
"Whether a wearable bracelet sensory system that can translate sounds into vibrations for the hearing impaired, or a prototype water system that harnesses rain and snow to support and water a community's rooftop garden, we continue to experience how technology can inspire Canadian students," said Mark Childs, chief brand officer at Samsung Canada. "We look forward to seeing the innovative solutions classrooms will develop using technology as a tool to make a difference in their community."