IMPORTANT UPDATE: Due to the growing size of this event, schools can only submit 1 project per category in both the local and state categories. Schools should host their own competition to choose who represents the school at the Philly event. See the registration page for more details.

The Office of Educational Technology is excited to invite you to attend the Philadelphia Technology Expo & Competition.

Thursday, April 11, 2019

Combined with the annual PA Media and Design Competition, formerly known as the PA Computer Fair for IU 26, the Technology Expo & Competition opens up participation to more students, more projects, and more chances to win.

The Philly Student Technology Expo & Competition is an exposition of student work (grades 3-12) from across the city of Philadelphia and is open to students in Philadelphia schools. Participants will demonstrate their skills using digital tools, media and other technologies. This event brings together students and teachers as they share ideas, attend workshops, and have a chance to highlight their work.

Students may submit entries to State or Local categories. Local categories are only for district students and are NOT eligible for the PA State Competition and have broader criteria.

The Registration Deadline is Friday, March 1, 2019

Please be sure to download and complete the Student Participation Packet for all participating students.

Tech-Life Expert Stephanie Humphrey is a former engineer- turned-media personality. She is the technology contributor to 'The Harry Show' as well as other national media outlets including 'Good Morning America'. Television is definitely one of her loves, but Stephanie is most passionate about helping people become better digital citizens!
Technology Expo & Competition 2019 Flyer

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