Feeling down because of the cold? Want to do something exciting and challenge yourself? If either of those questions resonates, Garnet Valley STEM Club is holding its annual STEM Challenge, where any high schooler can compete with a group of up to 3 members to create a project. The students will have to come up with a way to improve the school life of Garnet Valley Students through the usage of STEM. Students competing improve upon their skills of learning, cooperating as a team, and having the ability to come up with solutions to day-to-day problems.
Projects can range from computer programming to CAD Models! Other project ideas can include; a research paper, manufacturing methods, a scaled blueprint, or even an artist’s representation. If you wish to present the project in a different way, please contact STEM Officers; Shailesh Bolduc (President), Srihari Raman (Vice President), Relic Law (Treasurer)
Shashi Vadlamudi (Secretary). No matter which format, a 3 minute verbal or 1 page written explanation is required to expand upon your work and the steps you took to complete the project.
The timeframe for projects has been outlined below. Judges will be members of the STEM club along with 3 faculty members. Winners will be awarded a prize and all members will be admitted to the STEM club. For more information regarding timelines, judging, etc please see the attached link HERE.
If any confusion or difficulties are faced regarding the challenge or upon the STEM Club, you are more than welcome to contact the officers of this club or even visit Mr. Kazanjian in C125 during Learn 1 or the next meeting on February 7th for any questions!
The time limit to register your team is February 6th at 11:59 pm.
The time limit to submit your project proposal is March 2nd at 11:59 pm (~100-word outline).
The final date to submit your project is April 6th at 11:59 pm.
April 22nd will be the date the winner is announced.