Expert Exchange Scholarship Contest

At Experts Exchange, we believe in creativity that sparks innovation and makes this a better world to live in. We know that creativity and innovation are within each of us. Some express it through art, some through technology, some through social work, and some find original ways to solve problems in their public and private spheres. We are passionate about supporting the creative genius in all of those in technology, including students, and would love to commend those outstanding students who have a made a difference in the lives of others in some innovative or technological fashion. Students will submit an original piece of work via an article or video on a technology topic of their choosing to the Experts Exchange website. The work must be helpful in nature, describing and/or solving a specific problem. Eligibility:-Applicants must currently be enrolled in or accepted to a college/university/trade school as an undergraduate or graduate student within the United States -Applicants must be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, or hold a valid student visa-The idea, or creation, must be the applicant's original workFor more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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