STEMIE Coalition creates innovators

student presents her invention

The National Invention Convention is where student inventors and entrepreneurs showcase their innovative ideas.

“The STEMIE Coalition (STEMIE), a new initiative that emerged from the principles of the highly successful 33-year old Connecticut Invention Convention, was founded to elevate K-12 invention and entrepreneurship education to a national level …

The most public and unique facet of the STEMIE Coalition is the National Invention Convention and Entrepreneurship Expo (NICEE). NICEE is the first national annual celebration of K-12 inventors from across the U.S.  Planned for May 31 – June 2, 2018, at The Henry Ford Museum, the 2018 Expo is an in-person opportunity for young inventors in grades K-12 to display their creative and critical thinking skills through inventing, innovating, and entrepreneurial activities.”

Learn how you can start a STEMIE Coalition at your local school so kids can join the fun!