The AHHS Most Valuable Pitch (MVP) is a pitch competition created for current Arlington Heights students and students from Monnig and Stripling Middle Schools . Big Ideas are welcomed and rewarded and should be inspired by your creativity and passion to create a better world.
Submit an original business idea that, in 3 minutes or less, describes an innovative product or service that you would like create. Or, you can tell us about a business you've already launched!
Pitch Your Business Idea, Win Cash Prizes!
To encourage the entrepreneurial mindset in youth, the Jacobson Institute at the University of Iowa, sponsors the Innovator Competition each fall and spring. This investment in the future of entrepreneurship provides high school innovators with financial support and feedback from successful entrepreneurs.
1st Place: $1,500 2nd Place: $1,000 3rd Place: $500
Who Can Compete?
Application Deadline: April 26, 2021
Finalists notified: Week of May 3, 2021
Online Innovator Competition (via zoom): Week of May 17, 2021
The 5th Annual Student Creativity Showcase is now open for submissions! The goal of this program is to celebrate how students express their creativity through Visual Arts, Performing Arts, or STEM disciplines. We hope you'll share this opportunity with your students and join us in the celebration of creativity and the creative process! Visit www.sparkdallas.org for more info.
The Lockheed Martin Vocational Scholarship Program is awarding over 100 scholarships of $6,600 each for students pursuing associate degrees and vocational-technical certifications in specified fields of study.
To apply, students must be:
Deadline to apply: March 11, 2021 3:00 pm CT
Annually awards to 22 top female high school seniors
Students compete for $10,000 college scholarship/year for 4 years, attendance at a leadership retreat, and pairing with a year-long mentor
Applications accepted through February 1, 2021
Applicant criteria includes:
Follow this link to go to the application KPMG Future Leaders Program Scholarship Application
My Brother’s Keeper of Fort Worth ISD has received $25,000 in grant funding from the Rainwater Charitable Foundation that will be awarded exclusively to students in the FWISD
The grant will be used to fund 10 FWISD student enterprises; they serve all the high schools and 14 of the middle schools within the FWISD
To register, students simply need to go to MBKCONTEST.COM and follow the instructions
By registering to participate in the contest your students will access to the following:
BNSF Technology Awareness Day - Click on the link to go to the website
BNSF is preparing for the virtual 2021 Technology Awareness (last week in February)
Arts A/V, Information Technology, and STEM Teachers received an email last December but the program is open to all students
Four competitions with awards/prizes available to high school students:
Space for the contest is limited in size so registration for the contest with awards/prizes will cut off when the event is full
Registration is available until February 11, 2021