Through the Inventor’s Challenge, we’ve watched children make their vision come to life and embrace their entrepreneurial side.
Creations have included a device that detects excessive stress on structures and alerts emergency services, “sky shoes” to help people reach those way-too-high items and a mobile app designed to help individuals with disabilities navigate their community.
Each year, I’m inspired by the passion from young people across the globe to help make their communities a better place. They can change the world.
Do you know a budding young builder, maker or scientist? Encourage them to submit their best and brightest ideas for this year’s Inventor’s Challenge. The month-long challenge starts Feb. 1 and closes Feb 28.
Throughout the month, young inventors will share their creations in their schools, neighborhoods and online.
Some of the greatest inventions in history – including braille, earmuffs and even the television – were first dreamt of and created by children. I can’t wait to see what’s next from these incredible young people and I’m so excited to see their innovations over the next month!