Bright Sparks 2015
The Bright Sparks Awards were created by The Skills Organisation in 2000 to encourage young people to experience electronics directly through a project-based approach.
Now, 15 years on, more than 1200 brilliant young people from throughout New Zealand have created a range of innovative projects in a bid to win.
This year the contest includes new categories for environment, software, science, best concept and engineering which I have illustrated throughout the design.
The annual Bright Sparks Awards involves school students developing a prototype using robotics, electronics, electrical engineering or software programming.
The entries are judged by a panel of industry experts.
Finalists are invited to attend the Bright Sparks Awards Ceremony in October, where they can showcase their work to a large audience and celebrate their hard work with their peers.
Winners receive great prizes and national recognition; the ability to compete on an international stage; and can use their work to a large audience and celebrate their hard work with their peers. Winners receive great prizes and national recognition; the ability to compete on an international stage; and can use their achievements as a springboard to further success.
 
Bright Sparks sponsorship proposal
2015 Bright Sparks ambassador Michelle Dickinson, aka Nanogirl
 
School mail out pack. It has everything a student needs to enter bright Sparks
Competition entry mail out pack
Teacher resource cards.
Everything needed to inspire student and enter the competition
Bright Sparks twitter
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