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MIT Solv(ED) Youth Innovative Challenge 2022

Solv(ED) Youth Innovation Challenge 2022 || Create your Solutions

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Solv[ED] Youth Innovation Challenge aims to spark a sense of agency in young people aged 24 and under, encouraging, inspiring, and supporting them to become problem-solvers in their communities and the world.


  • age 24 and under
  • all nationalities

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Eligible Solutions Areas

The Solv[ED] Youth Innovation Challenge is an opportunity for you to submit your tech-based solution that:

  • Improves learning opportunities as well as outcomes for learners across their lifetimes, from early childhood on
  • Supports financial and economic opportunities for all
  • Accelerates healthcare access and health outcomes, reducing and, ultimately, eliminating disparities in health
  • Takes action to combat climate change and its impacts
  • Addresses an unmet social, environmental, or economic need not covered in the four topics above.

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There will be a selection of the 10 most promising solutions by our judges as Solv[ED] Innovators. Over $200,000 is available in prize funding to share among selected Solv[ED] Innovators.

The HP Girls Save the World Prize is open to solutions addressing sustainability issues and led by girls aged 13-18. A $10,000 prize will be granted to a Solv[ED] Innovator from the Solv[ED] Youth Innovation Challenge. Also, all eligible solutions may get an invitation to join HP’s Girls Save the World program with additional funding of up to $40,000 and support opportunities.

Moreover, the Pozen Social Innovation Prize is open to all solutions submitted to the Solv[ED] Youth Innovation Challenge, in particular those that aim to improve the quality of life for women and girls. Up to $80,000 will be granted to Solv[ED] Innovators for their solutions to unmet social, environmental, educational, and economic needs in their communities and the world.

In addition, selected Solv[ED] Innovators will receive mentorship and coaching from members of the MIT and MIT Solve community.

Also Check: Fully Funded Gates Cambridge Scholarship 2022 in the UK

Areas of Evaluation of Solutions

  • Potential for Impact
  • Feasibility
  • Innovative Approach
  • Inclusive Human-Centered Design
  • Scalability



Type of Opportunity Competitions and Awards Conferences
Deadline18 January,2022
FieldGlobal issues solution
Open toAll
Contact the organizer[email protected]



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