Programs and Competitions

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Math Competition

For middle school students who are deaf or hard of hearing

Student teams compete in several rounds that test speed, accuracy, teamwork and other math skills.

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Tiger Science Challenge

For middle school students who are deaf or hard of hearing

The Tiger Science Challenge is a series of challenges that will test your scientific knowledge, creativity, and hands-on skills in a variety of topics.

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The Next Big Idea: High School™

For 9th – 12th grade students

Deaf and hard-of-hearing students compete to create an awesome product, business, service or type of technology that solves a problem or eliminates an existing challenge for potential consumers and/or users everywhere.

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Tiger Gaming League

For 9th – 12th grade students who are deaf or hard of hearing

The Tiger Gaming League begins with a series of virtual individual and team competitions on a variety of platforms and games, leading up to a national competition in person at RIT/NTID.

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Explore Your Future™

For high school sophomores and juniors

EYF is a six-day career awareness program where students experience college life, enjoy hands-on activities and get a taste of real-world careers in the fields of business, computing, engineering, health sciences, science and art.

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Health Care Careers Exploration Program™

For students entering 10th, 11th or 12th grade who are interested in a career in the health care field

Learn about various careers in health care; enjoy field trips to area medical facilities; be a part of hands-on demonstrations in biology, exercise science, laboratory science, microbiology, nursing, nutrition; become CPR certified; and more.

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Pre-employment Transition services week

For deaf and hard-of-hearing high school students

Now offering a free one-week virtual program for qualified deaf and hard-of-hearing high school to gain experience and explore their career interests in STEM fields. Learn about different STEM fields, make new friends during social night, and receive free kits with cool tech and activities.

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TechTigers™

For students entering 7th, 8th, and 9th grade who are interested in careers in science, technology, engineering and math

Campers will build a high-tech gadget, create 3D designs of products, conduct laboratory experiments, and more.

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Financial Wizards

For deaf or hard-of-hearing students entering 10th, 11th, and 12th grade

Financial Wizards aims to enhance students financial literacy skills and provide an opportunity to explore various careers in finance and administration.

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Advanced Tech Careers

For deaf or hard-of-hearing students entering 10th, 11th, and 12th grade

Advanced Tech Careers is a week-long program for students who are interested in taking a deep dive into advanced technology and exploring a variety of high-tech careers.

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Career Exploration Series™

For 9th – 12th grade students

In a series of webinars, each month will focus on a unique topic that relates to career options and a fun activity. Students also learn which college majors can lead to the career they are interested in.

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Digital Arts, Film, and Animation Competition™

For 9th – 12th grade students with an interest in art

A competition where students in 9-12th grades can submit their original artwork to win a prize!

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SpiRIT Writing Competition™

For 10th – 11th grade writers

Write about any topic you want for a chance to win a prize!”

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If you would like information on additional programs currently under development, leave your name and address on our information page.