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According to a poll conducted by IPSOS, many young Canadians are concerned about issues such as climate change, unemployment and economic uncertainty, with the former ranking among their top five concerns. Young voices want to contribute to solutions that help make the world a better place, but to do so, it is important that they have access to the necessary tools, support and encouragement.

This is where the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest comes in. The annual competition, designed for Canadians aged 16 to 25, encourages participants to use STEM-based learning and Samsung technology to effect real change on issues related to education, diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I), mental health and sustainability.

Solve for Tomorrow participants have access to mentorship and educational resources to stimulate innovative thinking, creative problem solving and teamwork. The five finalists, selected by a panel of judges, will receive Samsung technology to power their ideas, with grand prize winners receiving cash prizes and additional Samsung products worth $50,000.

We heard from the winners of last year’s Solve for Tomorrow contest, a group of students from Mount Allison University in Sackville, New Brunswick, about how the contest opened up new opportunities for them. Known as Project Enviroot, the team created a sustainable, non-toxic solution for campus softboards from waste orange peel.

Team Mount Allison (Samsung)

“Winning the challenge helped validate our passion for the environment and showed us that we have what it takes to bring about change in the community,” they said.

The support the team received from Samsung, which included mentorship and new Samsung technology, enabled them to have a “different perspective” on their project and have a real impact on cleaning up the trash on their University campus.

They are now taking the Enviroot project to the next level, approaching local businesses to get more raw materials for their solution.

“We plan to team up with local juice makers (Orange Julius, located in Moncton) to source orange peels on a regular basis to increase our production.

A longtime supporter of education and learning experiences for young Canadians, Samsung is eager to see the caliber of submissions this year.

“When young minds step up and embrace technology as a force for good, the opportunities are limitless,” says Jennifer Groh, Senior Director of Corporate Marketing and Citizenship at Samsung Electronics Canada. “At Samsung, we are committed to helping open doors for the next generation of leaders by equipping them with the tools they need to foster innovative thinking.”

If you’re between the ages of 16 and 25 and want to make a difference in your community, head over to Samsung’s website to learn more about the Solve for Tomorrow contest — entries are open until January 31, 2023.

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