Spark Will Award 3 Intel/Singularity Univ. Workshop Scholarships to Concept Entrants

Dear Educators and Students--

When is it the best time to enter Spark:Concept? When we're giving something away, of course. Please alert your classmates, friends and students-- Spark:Concept is bringing back our popular scholarship program. Three talented Spark:Concept student entrants will receive a special, two-day workshop in Silicon Valley at the Singularity University. More details below--

Time Is Short
The three scholarships will be announced May 2nd. To be eligible for consideration, your designs must be entered into Spark by May 1, 2012.

Ideation Camp at the Singularity University

Intel, Singularity University and Spark are sponsoring an Ideation Camp at the Singularity University on May 12-13th. Three student entrants from Spark:Concept Awards will be chosen. This Bay Area (near San Francisco) two-day camp will guide students through the process of ideation. It will challenge them to come up with the best ideas for utilizing broadband internet to help under-served communities.

There is no cost to the three students for program tuition, meals or housing. (Transportation to and from the Moffet Field facility is the student’s responsibility.)

A Spark Jury will choose three winners, who will be contacted by Spark on May 2nd.

Last Summer, Spark and YouNoodle sponsored a similar program at Stanford, with great success. Scholarship awardees Maria P. and Kevin C. even came up with a Silver-winning design in Spark:Concept during their workshop. 

Maybe you will be chosen for this year’s adventure!

All student entrants who have registered with Spark by May 1, 2012 are eligible. If you haven’t entered Spark yet, do so today.

All Best–
–Peter Kuchnicki
Spark Founder

Further details:

Join the Intel Youth Enterprise!

Learn, network, and compete with top young innovators at this exclusive ideation camp for undergraduate college students.

Can you be the one to create the next great idea using the internet to assist under-served communities in America? Apply today to participate in this 2-day experience hosted by Singularity University at NASA’s Research Park, Moffett Field, CA. You will be guided through the process of ideation, and compete in teams to create a broadband solution to help America’s under-served communities. The Ideation camp is free including meals and overnight lodging at NASA. Teams will compete for awards, mentorship and have the opportunity to present their ideas at the Intel Global Challenge, on November 4-8 in Berkeley, CA.
Join us, May 12-13th!

What: Intel Youth Enterprise, Broadband America Ideation Camp.
When: May 12-13
Where: Singularity University, NASA Research Park, Moffett Field, CA
Who: 30 top college innovators from around the bay area, guided by leading engineers and entrepreneurs through the ideation process.

Important information: Please review this presentation for more information on the camp:

Additional Background:
- A video about a past Intel Youth Enterprise camp:

Questions? contact: info @

Joshua Neubert & Henrik Scheel, Program Directors