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The National Gallery for America's Young Inventors is dependent upon the generous support of businesses and individuals.

Please join us in archiving the legacy of the great achievements of these young inventors. Your generous contribution will preserve the creativity and innovation of America's young geniuses for all time.

Support may be sent to: The National Museum of Education, 1145 Highbrook Street, Suite 308, Akron, Ohio 44301.

 

FRIENDS OF EDUCATION

Acme Click

Kazrus Foundation, David & Susan Dudas

Jill A. Redman

Akron Beacon Journal

Kent City Schools

Restoration Source, Inc., Mittie Imani Jordan

Akron Community Foundation

Kent State University, College of Business

Rub-R-Road, David Carlson

Akron Global Polymer

Deborah & Philip Keyser, MD

Gregg & Meg Searle

Barberton City Schools

Mary Jo Lockshin

Six District Educational Compact

A Better Way Institute, Lucius Lewis

Medina County Career Center

The Squires Family

Blaze Technical Services

Joseph Meli, MD

Springfield Local Schools

By Kids For Kids, Inc.

Moen Incorporated

Stark County Schools

Karen J. Capone-Sheer

Ruth R. Moss

Stevens Institute

City of Akron

Musicorp, Dan Mahoney

Summit Educational Service Center

Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education

National City Bank

Tallmadge City Schools

Fred & Iva Dean

National Middle School Association

Tim's Custom Body Works

Joanne Del Pozzo

North Canton Schools

Toyota Motor Sales, USA

Edison Preservation Foundation

Ohio Department of Education

The Triad Engineering and Contracting Co.

Enterprises Famous

"Ohio Schools" Magazine

The University of Akron, Office of the President

Flexsys America, LP

Old Trail School

The University of Akron, Upward Bound Math & Science Program

Greater Akron Chamber

One World Sourcing, LLC

Woodridge Schools

Green Local Schools

Quaker Crowne Plaza

 

Joe Hale III Family Dentistry

Poly-Tech Associates, Inc

 

Hudson Schools

Andrew C. Raynor, MD

 

Jackson Schools

Phil Ridolfi, Chairman of the Board

 
   
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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

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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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