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Earth Science Week (ESW)
Resource Type: Contests for K-12 Students

Lists of current contests held by Earth Science Week.

Earth Science Week (ESW), American Geosciences Institute (AGI)
Resource Type: Contests for K-12 Students

AGI is sponsoring a photography contest to celebrate Earth Science Week. The photography contest is open to interested persons of any age. You must be a resident of the United States or an international member of an AGI Member Society or an AGI International Associate Society to enter.

Earth Science Week (ESW), American Geosciences Institute (AGI)
Resource Type: Contests for K-12 Students

AGI is sponsoring a visual arts contest to celebrate Earth Science Week. The visual arts contest is open to any interested person in grades K-5. You must be a resident of the United States to enter.

Earth Science Week (ESW), American Geosciences Institute (AGI)
Resource Type: Contests for K-12 Students

AGI is sponsoring an essay contest to celebrate Earth Science Week. The essay contest is open to any interested person in grades 6-9. You must be a resident of the United States to enter.

Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
Resource Type: Contests for K-12 Students

Since 1996, IGES has sponsored the annual IGES Art Contest for students in grades 2-4. Each year’s contest has a different theme and supports national science education standards. A panel of artists, scientists and IGES staff member judges the entries.

United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
Resource Type: Contests for K-12 Students

We are pleased to invite children all over the world to submit their paintings on sustainable energy online. Join the competition and you could win cash prizes and help save our future!

Scholastic
Resource Type: Contests for K-12 Students

For this contest, K-5 students create an original picture and write a story to accompany it that explains how they are Backyard Superheroes working to save living landscapes everywhere. K-2 students submit 25-50 word stories; students in grades 3-5 submit stories of 100-150 words. The winning...

Consumer Energy Education Foundation (CEEF), Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA)
Resource Type: Contests for K-12 Students

As part of Energy Day’s year-round initiative to engage students in energy and STEM education, Consumer Energy Education Foundation (CEEF), Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), and our Energy Day partners are excited to host the 7th Annual Energy Day Academic Program (EDAP). The Energy Day Academic...

Toshiba, National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)
Resource Type: Contests for K-12 Students

The ExploraVision competition for K-12 students engages the next generation in real world problem solving with a strong emphasis on STEM. Exploravision challenges students to envision and comunicate new technology 20 years in the future through collaborative brainstorming and research of current...

American Chemical Society (ACS)
Resource Type: Contests for K-12 Students

Each year, as part of Chemists Celebrate Earth Week (CCEW), ACS sponsors an illustrated poem contest for K-12 students. Participating ACS local sections invite area students to compete.

National Science Foundation (NSF)
Resource Type: Contests for K-12 Students

The idea of a superhero armed with fantastic powers and tremendous technology has mesmerized the world for nearly a century. The ability to fly without wings, climb buildings like a gecko or see through walls is popularly interpreted as magical or of no scientific foundation. As we make advances...

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National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

Astronomy Clubs throughout the United States are invited to partner with NASA Space Place to bring news of specific NASA projects to their members and to help spread the excitement of space and Earth science, as well as the technology that advances the science. Astronomy Club will receive...

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Online Outreach Programs
HomeAdvisor

If you find rocks interesting, you might like to try rock collecting to help you learn more about rocks and minerals. In fact, you could even learn facts about geology as you search around your (home) to add rocks to your collection. Geologists study the physical and chemical changes that led to...

Students test water samples
Contests for K-12 Students
National Science Foundation (NSF)

The idea of a superhero armed with fantastic powers and tremendous technology has mesmerized the world for nearly a century. The ability to fly without wings, climb buildings like a gecko or see through walls is popularly interpreted as magical or of no scientific foundation. As we make advances...

Students test water samples
Contests for K-12 Students
American Chemical Society (ACS)

Each year, as part of Chemists Celebrate Earth Week (CCEW), ACS sponsors an illustrated poem contest for K-12 students. Participating ACS local sections invite area students to compete.

Saturn images taken from Hubble
Location-based Outreach Programs
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

The NASA Out of School Learning Network is managed collaboratively by three NASA centers: Glenn Research Center in Ohio, Langley Research Center in Virginia, and Stennis Space Center in mississippi. The NOSL Network developed and executed a common implementation framework for providing NASA...

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