There’s a little more than three weeks left for student teams from two-year institutions to apply for “Community College Innovation Challenge” led by the American Association of Community Colleges in partnership with the National Science Foundation. It is a national, two-phase competition where community college student teams use science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to innovate solutions to real-world problems; participate in a Virtual Innovation Boot Camp; and compete for cash awards..
According to this site, eligibility is limited to teams of two to four students from the same school with a faculty or administrator as an advisor/mentor. In addition, all finalist team members are required to attend the “Virtual Innovation Boot Camp” scheduled for June 14-17, and they are required to participate in two orientation webinars (by attending the live webinars or viewing the recorded versions) and conducting assignments in preparation for the “Virtual Innovation Boot Camp.”
Application deadline is April 20.