- Are you an IEEE member, IEEE student member, IEEE graduate student
member or IEEE young professional member?
- Do you know one or more 12-18 year old students from within your family,
friendship circle, or local school who is interested in engineering,
computing, or technology?
- Do you want to help students inspire others to learn more about these
disciplines by creating an animation?
Mentor one or more students today in the IEEE Spark Innovation through
The IEEE Educational Activities Board is delighted to announce an
animation competition to excite pre-university students about engineering,
computing, and technology. Competition participants are required to create
and record an animation based on a topic covered in a current / prior
edition of IEEE Spark (spark.ieee.org).
Entries may be developed with or without the use of technology (e.g.
flipbook style animation, software created animation etc.). IEEE Members
may mentor more than one student. Once submitted, the animation will be
uploaded to the IEEE EAD Facebook page.
Winners will receive an award of an IEEE plaque, a congratulatory letter
to their school, a t-shirt, and their animation announced and featured on
the IEEE Spark Web site (spark.ieee.org)
The submission deadline has been extended to 17 November 2014.
For complete details and eligibility requirements, visit:
Chair - IEEE EAB ECTPSC