Do fields like engineering, creative design, and science fascinate you? Are you innovative? If your answer to these questions is yes, then you are the right candidate for the 2020 Engineering Design Challenge launched by Saint Francis University. The programme is open to all the high school students.
This challenge is divided into two-part Push Water Uphill and Track the Sun in the Sky. During the challenge, all the participants will work individually to complete their designs and be mentored by SFU engineering faculty. SFU Engineering Department will provide candidates with resources and weekly Q&A sessions virtually to help them complete their projects successfully.
Saint Francis University is a leading Catholic; coeducational Liberal Arts University considered one of the oldest institutions in the United States. It provides its students with transformational experiences to become the next generation of leaders. It helps students gain not only theoretical knowledge but also practical experience. Apart from highly ranked academic programmes, students can also find global experiences, internships, and scholarships at this institution.
Who May Be Eligible?
Candidates need to see all the requirements before applying for this challenge:
- Applicants must be high school students
- Participants should possess a genuine interest in engineering, creative design, and science.
How to Apply
All the qualified candidates can register for this challenge through Saint Francis University’s online application form. The details provided by the applicants in the application form must be correct. Incomplete and invalid information can lead the disqualification. All the successful entrants will receive an email from an SFU engineering faculty.
There are three awards available for the students. Participants who will get first place in this challenge will receive a $150 cash prize and certificate. Second winners will get a $75 cash prize and certificate. The third prize is only a certificate. Besides, a $2,000 scholarship will be awarded to first place, a $1,500 scholarship to second place, and a $1,000 scholarship to third place.
The last date to register for this programme is November 30, 2020.