InSimEd provides 'Design Competitions' for middle and high school students in the United States and Canada.
All our events can be run as in-person, virtual, or 'hybrid' - pending specific school / school district requirements and operating conditions.
We offer multiple events, to cater for different interests and age groups.
DESIGN COMPETITION (noun) dɪˈzaɪn kɒmpɪˈtɪʃn
A high-intensity industry-simulation event, in which students adopt professional roles, are given industry specific challenges, and deliver real-world solutions.
Space Design Competitions (SDC's) are run for high school students, providing a cutting-edge experience that reflects the real-world space sector.
JUNIOR SPACE DESIGN COMPETITIONS
The Junior SDC is run specifically for middle-school students, offering a challenging environment for aspiring STEM professionals.
AEROSPACE DESIGN CHALLENGES
Aerospace Design Contests (ADC's) are one-off, highly customizable events that can be run within curriculum, or extra-curricular, by individual schools or school districts.
InSimEd has partnered with the Space Science and Engineering Foundation (SSEF) to offer scholarships to American students to attend this prestigious European event!
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