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Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Competition

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Samsung Solve for Tomorrow competition is over for 2023, we had a stellar batch of entries which showcased the innovation and ingenuity of our young talent on Aotearoa.

Congratulations to winners Cameron Moore (1st place), Thomas Costar (2nd place), Archie Gilchrist (highly commended) and Sarah Perera (highly commended).

Cameron and Thomas shared a prize pool of $20,000 in cash and Samsung tech for them and their schools, with the Archie and Sarah also winning Samsung tech.

Read more about the winning entries here.

If you are interested in hearing more about Solve for Tomorrow for 2024, please register your interest here

MOTAT is proud to support the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow competition, an international initiative.

Through the Solve for Tomorrow Programme, schools are encouraged to enrol students, teams, or entire classes (Years 5-10). Each entry is challenged to identify a problem in their community and come up with a creative fix using a STEAM-based solution.

For example: you might have issues related to sustainability and the environment, or diversity and inclusion.

Participants are in with a chance to win some pretty amazing prizes and walk away with the satisfaction of making a positive difference in their community.

 Entries are welcome from individuals or teams. There is no limit to the number of people in each team – it could be a group of 4-5 students or a whole class. Schools may enter as many individuals or teams as they like.