At Goodyear’s Annual STEM Career Day, students in middle and high school were challenged to complete a STEM-based, zombie apocalypse-themed challenge, with scholarship prizes awarded to the winning team.  THE Journal reports that “[t]he company challenged students in grades 6-12 to design a Rube Goldberg machine that would fill a Goodyear blimp with supplies during a zombie apocalypse without falling victim to the undead. The winning team was eligible for us to $4,000.”


Read the full article here: Ohio Students Win Scholarships, Grants at Career STEM Day