Kansas City students have a new opportunity to put their imaginations and problem-solving skills to the test! The Linda Hall Library’s inaugural Kansas City Invention Convention, an affiliate program of The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation, invites students in grades 4 through 12 to imagine new solutions to everyday challenges. With the support of teachers and mentors, and one-of-a-kind tips from living inventors and industry experts, students embark on a journey of creativity and growth.
Kansas City Invention Convention will introduce students to STEM concepts, entrepreneurship and more as they create their own inventions and have a chance to win prizes, scholarships and an opportunity to go to nationals. Students can enter as individuals or on a team. Details for educators, students and parents and mentors are available at kcinvent.org.
Share your ‘intent to invent’ by March 15 >