Invention Convention Michigan Regional Hub - Wayne State University
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Thank you for your interest in the Invention Convention Michigan [ICM] Wayne County Regional Hub Competition, hosted by the STEM Innovation Learning Center at Wayne State University!
This competition is for all students in Wayne County in grades 3-12, working independently or as a team of up to four students to create an invention that solves a problem in their life, the life of a loved one or their world. Students will submit their project to compete to be judged at our regional hub competition, with the highest scoring projects advancing to compete at the state competition, with the hopes of advancing to the U.S. national competition.
Please visit our website for complete competition rules and timeline.
We look forward to providing our ongoing support, including any materials needed to help students develop inventions including their prototypes, logbook and pitch videos.
1: Reserve your space by completing this form. We will send you instructions on next steps!
2: Students get started on their inventions, and we will provide guidance and resources to help!
3: Students submit their inventions to compete at our Wayne County Regional Hub Competition by uploading the requirements as files, and they will have 1 week to do this beginning on February 13, 2021.
4: Students who submit inventions, along with their educators, families, friends and supporters are invited to attend our Wayne County Regional Hub Competition at 1:00 p.m. on March 6, 2021. This virtual awards ceremony will recognize the students with the highest scoring invention projects from each grade range, and they will advance to compete at the state competition put on by The Henry Ford.
For more information about this event, please contact Theresa Ramirez-Zipser at email@example.com.