We’re looking forward to receiving the TeenTech Award entries. We are very aware of the challenges which schools and students are facing, especially in light of the closure of schools and colleges. But we know many students are keen to submit their projects, so the TeenTech Awards will still go ahead.
We’ve put the following measures in place with immediate effect.
Closing date We have extended the closing date to April 9th as we appreciate students, especially if they are working from home may need more time.
Project Submission: all projects can be submitted from now until April 9th. If students are planning to continue working on them while at home, they can do so. Our mentors have said they are particularly happy to help them during this time. Dani on our team will manage this process as we know you will be very busy co-ordinating online lessons.
Please upload your work using the forms on the links below.
Students can upload their own work: we will allow students to upload their work directly if they want to continue working on their projects at home.
Judging Process – first round: this has always been an on-line process so we plan for this to continue as scheduled in April.
Finalists will be informed at the beginning of May. All finalists will be offered access to virtual feedback and support sessions with our industry mentors. This will be co-ordinated by TeenTech .
TeenTech Awards Final: We are currently working on an exciting programme for the final showcase day where judging will be done virtually. If you have participated before you’ll know that we make this experience really special for every student .
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