2014 Student Great Idea ContestPosted Mar. 4, 2014
For the third consecutive year, Kent State University at Tuscarawas in New Philadelphia is holding a Student Great Idea Contest to encourage young entrepreneurship. The contest is designed for Tuscarawas County students in middle school, high school and college who have an idea, invention or innovation they would like to sell, turn into a business or develop into a prototype.
There is no cost to enter the contest. Winners will receive cash prizes and will be eligible to shadow an area entrepreneur for a day. All contestants will be eligible to attend entrepreneurship workshops at Kent State Tuscarawas during Fall Semester 2014.
The contest entry deadline is March 14, with winners being notified in April. Student Great Idea Contest applications are available online at http://greatideacontest.com
Co-sponsors for the Student Great Idea Contest are Provia, Frontier Communications, Pissocra-Mathias Realty, Sopher Insurance Agency, Harris Battery, R&J Cylinder & Machine, American Highway Products, Bread Head Bakery LLC and Ohio Billing.
Area schools and economic development organizations who are supporters of the contest include
the Small Business Development Center at Kent State Tuscarawas, New Philadelphia City Schools, Strasburg-Franklin Local Schools, Garaway Local Schools, Indian Valley Local Schools, Claymont City Schools, Dover City Schools, Newcomerstown Exempted Village Schools, Tuscarawas Educational Service Center, The Economic Development and Finance Alliance of Tuscarawas County, The Business Factory, Tuscarawas County Community Improvement Corporation and the Tolloty Technology Incubator.
For more information or for assistance in completing the application, contact Steve Schillig at the Kent State Tuscarawas Small Business Development Office at 330-308-7479 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://greatideacontest.com
Pam Patacca, 330.308.7473, email@example.com
For Inquiries: Steve Schillig, 330.308.7479
Kent State University at Tuscarawas
March 4, 2014