Marvel's STEM challenge gives one teenage girl an internship

Submit your ideas on how to change the world.

Alongside the next installment of its Cinematic Universe, Marvel is hosting a STEM challenge for teenage girls. The studio teamed up with Dolby, Synchrony Bank, Broadcom Masters and the National Academy of Sciences for the Captain America: Civil War Girls Reforming the Future Challenge. The contest seeks submissions from girls age 15 to 18 (grades 10-12) "who are inspired to create a positive world through science and technology."

Between now and March 26th, students can submit their ideas via video upload for a chance at one of five finalist spots. Each finalist gets a trip to make a presentation in-person at Marvel Studios and walk the red carpet at the premiere of Civil War. One winner will be offered an internship from Marvel, but details are scarce as to what the position will entail. Full details on the submission process and content rules await as the source link below.