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Students selected to be inducted into the National Gallery for America's Young Inventor will receive the following honors:
  • Edison Innovation Induction Award, hand crafted and custom designed for the student inventor
  • All-expenses-paid trip to the black-tie Induction Ceremony weekend (location may vary) for student inventor and one parent
  • Savings Bond ($1000 to $5000 depending on funding available)
  • Honored presentation at Induction, including medallion, professional photo shoot, and more.
  • Opportunities in the future to connect with universities and industries to further your invention idea
  • A place in history! Your name and invention idea archived and preserved for all of time through the National Museum of Education

The Tommy Award

The Custom-Designed Handcrafted
"Edison Innovation Induction Award"

More about "The Tommy"

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connection with the
Edison Innovation
Foundation!

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        National Gallery Induction Ceremony is a black-tie event!
  .   Hall of Inductees
       
  .   Induction Event Details
       
  .   How to Apply
       
  .   ...Ethical Standards for Inductees
       
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National Gallery for America’s Young Inventors, click here:

Thomas Edison Innovation Foundation

   
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The National Gallery for America's Young Inventors is a program of NMOE.org
 

Edison Innovation Foundation

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The Edison Innovation
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 We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Christopher Columbus Fellowship Foundation for the National Gallery of America's Young Inventors, 1999-2006

Christopher Columbus Fellowship Foundation

 
   

The National Gallery for America's Young Inventors ™ is the only nationally recognized hall of fame for student inventors, established in 1993 and given permission by the adult National Inventors Hall of Fame Board in Washington, D.C. to archive and enshrine great student inventions and inventors K-12.


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