Smart Competition
Register your Student Team to participate in the SMART Competition.
Mentors provide subject matter knowledge, design support and overall project guidance.
Being involved as a judge can be a rewarding and challenging endeavor.
The Smart Competition provides many opportunities for individuals to become involved.

To register your team now, click here

Welcome to the SMART Competition

In a world increasingly dependent on energy efficiency, material sustainability and redesign and reuse rather than new design, the SMART Competition invites high school students to become part of the solution.  By undertaking the project described in the competition’s problem statement, the students will have the opportunity to use professionally available design software while also having access to international experts who will support their efforts as mentors and sponsors.
Teams are comprised of 3-4 students and an educator sponsor.  Registration begins in October and ends in January.  Registered teams will then be given a deliverables schedule which will help them prepare for participation in the competition.

During the competition finals, the student teams will make their presentation using Internet based video technology.  All elements of the competition deliverables will be discussed by the teams with the panel of subject matter expert judges. Team presentations will be scheduled during April.

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Jan 14
2016 Registration Deadline Extended
In response to requests from our participants The SMART Competition timeline has extended the entry ...
Jan 01
$100 Registration Fee is Waived
Benefactors have generously agreed to donate the resources necessary to enable participants to regis...
Sep 01
2016 Smart Competition is Underway
The SMART Competition for the coming year is underway.   Pre-registration is open with 2 teachers re...
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