Samsung has invited teachers across the United States to participate in the second annual Samsung Solve for Tomorrow video competition as part of Samsung’s Hope for Children philanthropic initiative. The winning teachers and students will receive products, software and programming from Samsung, Microsoft, the Adobe Foundation and DIRECTV for their schools, a total retail prize value of over $1 million.
Samsung invites 6th-12th grade teachers and their students to produce creative videos that explore the challenge: “Show how STEM can help the environment in your community.” Through October 31, teachers can submit a short application for a chance to participate in this year’s video contest. Twenty-five selected classrooms will become finalists and receive a Samsung camcorder and laptop, along with Adobe® Premiere® Elements and Photoshop® Elements software to create videos that answer the challenge. To learn more or submit an application, visit samsung.com/solvefortomorrow (opens in new tab).