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Sparklight Holds "Dream Bigger" Contest

Sparklight, a leading broadband communications provider, invites schools and organizations serving K-12 students to enter its 6th annual “Dream Bigger” contest for the opportunity to win $2,500 for their science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) project or club.


K-12 schools and organizations in communities throughout the 21 states Sparklight serves are eligible to participate. Entries can be made at sparklight.com/contest by sending a photo and written summary outlining how the funds will be used for a technology project or group and how it will benefit students. Six winners will each receive a $2,500 donation.


Trish Niemann, Vice President of Communications Strategy says that STEM education helps students develop the critical thinking and problem-solving skills needed for academic and career success. She says that the annual Dream Bigger contest helps fund STEM-based initiatives that encourage students to develop skills and find their passion within this rapidly growing career field. 


Entries will be accepted from February 22 through March 12, 2024, at sparklight.com/contest. Twelve finalists will be selected by Sparklight, and the six winners will be determined by public online voting from March 14 through March 21 at the same site. The finalists and winning schools and organizations will be highlighted on Sparklight’s Facebook, Instagram and X (formerly Twitter) pages.


For more information or to enter, visit sparklight.com/contest.

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