Our 2020-2021 #STEMpowersOhio challenge ended with a student showcase on May 18, 2021. Next year’s program, the #STEMbuildsOhio Design & Entrepreneurship Challenge, is underway and we’ll be updating this website with new resources and content throughout the next months. Be sure to visit the Participate page now to sign up for notice about the launch of new resources, professional development opportunities, and more.
OSLN DESIGN & ENTREPRENEURSHIP CHALLENGE
To Create Workable Solutions To Key Issues Facing Ohio
Each year, the Ohio STEM Learning Network hosts a design challenge where students collaborate to create workable solutions to the key issues facing our state. Any school may participate.
This year, the #STEMpowersOhio Design & Entrepreneurship Challenge explores the topic of Energy through our partnership with the Ohio Energy Project, Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program, Young Entrepreneur Institute, and Ohio Afterschool Network. Support is provided by Constellation Energy, a company that serves more than two million customers across the continental United States, and the American Electric Power Foundation, which focuses on improving lives through STEM education from early childhood through higher education.
How can you reimagine energy production and/or consumption to improve your community?
Register your school and find professional development resources to make your school’s participation a success
WHAT IS ENERGY?
Find informational resources for your classroom, including recommended articles and downloadable video content
DESIGN CHALLENGE 101
New to organizing a design challenge? Here’s our step-by-step guide to have you up and running in no time.
Highly effective design challenges rely on community organizations to provide content expertise and real-world learning experiences for students. We couldn’t provide put on this year’s program without the support of the following key partners:
The #STEMpowersOhio Design & Entrepreneurship Challenge is presented with grant support from Constellation Energy and the American Electric Power Foundation, helping us expand our support to teachers.