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Math Competition
A math competition for middle school students who are deaf or hard-of-hearing.
Digital Arts, Film and Animation Program
For 9th - 12th grade students with artistic talent.
SpiRIT Writing Competition
For 10th - 11th grade students with a love for writing.
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Next Big Idea
A competition for deaf and hard-of-hearing NTID students to create a product, business, service or type of technology that eliminates a challenge for users everywhere.
RIT/NTID Career Exploration Series
Activity-based webinars for deaf and hard-of-hearing students focusing on a STEM career area.
Next Big Idea - High School
A competition for deaf and hard-of-hearing high school students to create a product, business, service or type of technology that eliminates a challenge for users everywhere.
RIT / NTID Career Exploration Series
Activity-based webinars for deaf and hard-of-hearing students focusing on a STEM career area.
Career Exploration Series - ARCHIVE
Activity-based webinars for deaf and hard-of-hearing students focusing on a STEM career area.
Virtual STEM Trivia Contest
A one-day trivia contest for deaf and hard-of-hearing high school students.
STEM Trivia Competition
A one-day trivia contest for deaf and hard-of-hearing high school students.
TechTigers
Get a head start thinking about your dream career!
Tiger Science Challenge
A fun virtual challenge with a new approach that will get you thinking
Tiger Gaming League
An eSports for high school students who are deaf or hard-of-hearing.
STEM Discovery Weekend
NTID Regional STEM Center is partnering with California School for the Deaf, Riverside (CSDR) for the STEM Discovery Weekend, a long weekend filled with STEM activities for 9th-11th grade students.
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