The Project Tomorrow Innovation in Education Awards recognize schools, educational leaders and students for their innovative uses of science, math and technology in the classroom and community. The 2014 Innovation Award categories are:
- Innovative Schoolwide Program in Science, Math and Technology ($1,000 Winner Award, $250 Finalist Award)
- High Impact Teacher in Science, Math and Technology($1,000 Winner Award, $250 Finalist Award)
- Emerging Student Innovator in Science, Math and Technology ($1,500 Winner Scholarship, $500 Finalist Scholarship)
The short online nomination form can be found at
The Project Tomorrow 2014 Innovation in Education Awards will be presented at the 21st Annual High-Tech Innovation Awards dinner reception on Thursday, October 9th at the Westin South Coast Plaza in conjunction with OC Tech Alliance’s own corporate awards. This high profile event attracts over 300 business and community leaders each year. Award finalists and a guest will be hosted at the reception. Award recipients will receive regional and national recognition through both online and traditional media outlets. In addition, all finalists will receive funding to use to expand a science, math or technology program in their classroom.