Are you a high school student? Do you have a great idea to improve your community? The Warnock Foundation seeks teams of students from Baltimore City’s public high schools to compete in the Baltimore High School Innovation Challenge. The competition asks teams to submit an innovative idea that helps the people of Baltimore. Applications are due October 1, 2015 by 5 p.m.
The winning team will win $5,000 in grant funding, and be featured in the Winter edition of the 2015 Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, the Warnock Foundation’s twice-yearly publication. A panel of judges from the Baltimore education community will determine winners.
To apply, visit http://baltimoreinnovation.org/highschool/.
The Warnock Foundation was founded in 2012 to cultivate great ideas for the benefit of Baltimore. Read our interview with the founder, here.
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