Young Techie Awards

If you are a participant of the George Washington Carver Science Fairs, you can be selected as our Young Techie.

The George Washington Carver Science Fair Young Techie Award is our recognition of how a young student has incorporated information technology into their science project.

Information Technology is the use of systems (especially computers and telecommunications) for storing, retrieving, and sending information.

The digital divide still exists.  We must do all we can to close the gap of awareness.

Congratulations to our winners (not all pictured)

2014 lady techie winner

2014 Secondary Winner

2014 elem winners

2014 Elementary winners

2013 elem winner

2013 Elementary Winner

2016 Elementary Young Techie Award, DHEx Enterprises, LLC,

Award: Certificate, $50 in gifts and exhibit space at Pyramid STEM Showcase (1 award)
Eligible Projects: All students, except teams
Achievement Recognized: A project which incorporates aspects of information technology
Winner: Ruth Shiji, Woodrow Wilson: How loud can a paper speaker get?

2016 Secondary Winners Young Techie Award, DHEx Enterprises, LLC.
Award: Certificate, $100 in gifts and exhibit space at Pyramid STEM Showcase (2 awards)
Eligible Projects: All students, except teams
Achievements Recognized: A project which incorporates aspects of information technology
Winners: Hyunji Kim, Germantown Friends School: Operator-Independent Tumor Volume Measurement on MRI Images and  Jada Peters, Carver Engineering and Science: Heart Monitor- Homemade vs. Regular

Here our the highlights from 2013

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