Samsung Extends Deadline for Solve for Tomorrow, the $1 Million* STEM Education Contest for Middle and High School Students

  Samsung Extends Deadline for Solve for Tomorrow, the $1 Million* STEM
  Education Contest for Middle and High School Students

Business Wire

RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J. -- November 02, 2012

Samsung and its partners have extended the submission deadline of the Solve
for Tomorrow contest to November 9, 2012.

Launched in late September, Solve for Tomorrow invites public school teachers
and their students across the United States to submit a short application for
a chance to participate in this year’s contest. Seventy-five classrooms – 25
from each of the following three categories: rural, suburban and urban** –
will be selected as semi-finalists; they will receive a Samsung camcorder and
laptop, and Adobe editing software to create videos that answer Samsung’s
challenge to show how STEM can help improve the environment in their

The program aims to raise enthusiasm for STEM subjects and engage 6th-12th
grade classrooms in a real-world issue they feel passionate about. Winning
schools will receive products, software, and programming from Samsung Hope for
Children, the Adobe Foundation, and DIRECTV - a total retail prize value of
more than $1 million*. To learn more about the contest or submit an
application, please visit

To download b-roll of the Solve for Tomorrow program, please go to

* Estimated Retail Value

** As categorized by the Department of Education with Town included in

About Samsung Electronics North America

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award-winning consumer electronics, information systems, and home appliance
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including Samsung Electronics America, Inc., Samsung Telecommunications
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About Samsung Hope for Children

Samsung is dedicated to creating products that inspire passion and enable
people to live Smarter Lives. Samsung Hope for Children represents the
company’s philanthropic commitment in the U.S. to help improve children’s
health, education and sustainability. Since 2002, Samsung Electronics America
and its retail and business partners have helped more than 400 schools,
community-based foundations, and charities throughout the U.S. raise awareness
of and funding for their causes. For more information please visit:


Samsung Electronics America
Theresa Cha, 201-229-4032
Weber Shandwick
Rachel Quinlan, 212-445-8064
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