Who Can Participate?

Who Can Participate?

  1. High School Students in the U.S. ages 13-20 may participate in Challenges, Daily Skillbuilders, and any activities that earn KnoPro points or prizes.

  2. Teachers may participate with their students (by "joining" a project for support / monitoring purposes) but are not eligible to win cash prizes or swag.

  3. Mentors must be age 21 and up and are not eligible to win cash prizes, swag, or other awards unless specifically listed otherwise in a challenge.

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