Projects that help humanity be more environmentally conscious and help reduce consumption and degradation of natural resources, and the effects climate change is having on our world and lives.
Projects that help humanity combat pressing health issues, such as COVID-19, to support healthier lives and better quality of life.
Projects that help humanity prepare and respond to natural disasters, such as bush fires.
Competition launch & registration
Details of the competition will be announced and registration opens to gain access to online resources.
Project exploration, design, & build
Teachers facilitate student teams to learn about AI and apply their learning to a capstone project.
Teams submit their final capstone projects for judging in the EdTech Youth Challenge.
Six (6) teams of teachers and their students will be selected as the final winners of the competition.
The top six (6) teams will be announced as winners of the competition during National Science Week.
Winning teams will have a week-long immersive experience with experts from IBM and our partners to implement their solutions.
- August, 2020Competition launch & registration
- February – June, 2021Project exploration, design, & build
- June 30, 2021Submission deadline
- July, 2021Judging
- August, 2021Awards ceremony during National Science Week
- October 4 - 8, 2021 & October 11 - 15, 2021The prize – week-long immersive experience
Employees from IBM and our partners are eligible to participate in judging, providing technical advisory, design workshop facilitation, and other activities. Please use the link below to register your interest in helping with the Australia EdTech Youth Challenge.