Each month Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) holds competitions to encourage students and teachers to demonstrate their science excitement. Students can win prizes for sharing how they incorporate technology into their learning.
The National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) publicly recognizes some of the best student writers in the nation with its Achievement Awards inWriting(for eleventh graders) and Promising Young Writers Award (for eighth graders).
The NASA TechRise Student Challenge invites teams of sixth- to twelfth-grade students in public, private, or charter schools, to design, build, and launch experiments on suborbital rockets and balloon flights during the 2021–22 school year.
CyberStart America provides a free immersive cybersecurity training game for high school students, with more than 200 engaging challenges, which students solve as cybersecurity agents investigating criminal gangs.
The SourceAmerica IDEATE competition (formerly called the SourceAmerica Design Challenge) invites high school and college engineering students from across the country to innovate ways to improve workplace inclusion and opportunities for people with disabilities.