Samsung Canada Encourages the Love of STEM with a Grants and a Giveaway

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I’m always amazed at how my kids and kids in general use technology. They’re using apps to learn how to code, creating and sharing new talents with peers online, or expanding their knowledge with great YouTube channels for families, including AsapSCIENCE. Samsung Canada wants to tape into your child’s inquisitive mind with both tech grants and a Samsung Galaxy Tab S giveaway.

I wrote earlier about the first ever Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Challenge, an initiative to encourage Canadian students to solve real-world problems in their community using STEM. Your child’s school has a chance of winning $50,000 in classroom technology. The first phase of the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Challenge ends November 30, 2015 so you still have time to get involved. You can learn more about the grant program and fill out your application here.


To get your family excited about this initiative, Samsung Canada is offering one (1) EverythingMom reader their own Samsun Galaxy Tab S ($399.99 value). At only 6.6 mm, the Galaxy Tab S may be Samsun’s thinnest tablet but it’s big on features including Finger Scanner to unlock your device (a feature I use often), Adaptive Display adjusts automatically based on what and where you’re watching, Multi Window enabling you to multi-task, and so much more.


Visit Samsung Canada online to learn more about their collection of mobile devices or connect with them on twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. For a chance to win a Samsung Galaxy Tab S, comment in the form below telling me how your kids use technology in your home.

One (1) Samsung Galaxy Tab S is available to be won. Contest closes November 30, 2015 and is open to Canadian residents only. Please see full contest rules.

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82 thoughts on “Samsung Canada Encourages the Love of STEM with a Grants and a Giveaway”

  1. It’s in fact very complex inn this busy life to listen news on TV, so I only use the web for that purpose, and get the latest news.

  2. My daughter uses it for her guitar mostly. She searches on youtube for guitar lessons, I guess 1 lesson a week isn’t enough. She also plays games on her Dad’s computer.


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