Is your company trying to reach the K-12 education market? Would you like to reach as many as 200 technology-oriented teachers, administrators and media specialists? Be a part of the 31st Annual Great Computer Challenge!
Over 200 educators from local schools will be in attendance sponsoring their teams of students. Over 400 students will be at each competition along with many parents and loved ones. Several workshops will be held for teachers and parents while the kids are competing and then awards will be presented to the winning teams.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE:
If your company would like have a booth or make a presentation at the Great Computer Challenge, please complete and return the Vendor Participation Form. We will send you confirmation materials, including directions and set-up times, upon receipt of your completed participation form.
If you would like to make a 55-60 minute presentation, please complete and return the Presenter Information Form. A vendor table must be purchased to be eligible to make a presentation and the presentation must not be a sales pitch. This does not guarantee proposal selection.
A favorite part of past events has been door prize drawings. Attendees are required to deposit their door prize tickets in the vendor display area, thereby ensuring additional traffic throughout the day. Donations from our vendors play an important role in this aspect of the Great Computer Challenge. Hardware, software and accessory items all make excellent door prizes.
We are looking forward to the 31st Annual Great Computer Challenge and hope that your company will be a part of it! To have your company’s name listed in the brochure, please complete your forms and return them by February 24, 2016 for the Senior (grades 6-12) Competition or May 4, 2016 for the Junior (grades K-5) Competition.
BOOTH/PRESENTATION/DOOR PRIZE INFO -
http://education.whro.org/images/gcc/docs/2016/gcc-vendor-letter-2016.doc (fillable word doc)
http://education.whro.org/gccvendorform (google form- we would prefer you fill this out and use the word doc as a worksheet)
BOOTH CREDIT CARD/PAYPAL PAYMENT - http://education.whro.org/gccvendorpayment
BASIC GCC INFO - http://education.whro.org/gcc
30th Anniversary Video Highlights - http://education.whro.org/gcc-30th-anniversary-video
If you are interested in participating, please download the forms to gather the info, but fill out the online form.
WHRO/Great Computer Challenge
5200 Hampton Blvd.
Norfolk, VA 23508
BASIC GCC INFO
Dates for the GCC 2016
- Senior Competition, Grades 6-12: March 5, 2016
- Junior Competition, Grades K-5: May 14, 2016
Schedule of events for the Senior (6-12) Great Computer Challenge
March 5, 2016
|7:30 am||Vendor setup|
|8:00 am||Registration and setup – Level 3 & 4|
|9:00 am||Rules Review|
|9:30 am||Competition Begins – Level 3 & 4|
|10:00 am – noon||Workshops for Teachers|
|11:30 am||Competition Ends – Level 3|
|12:30 pm||Competition Ends – Level 4|
|12:30 – 2:30 pm||Lunch & Movie|
|2:45 pm||Vendor Breakdown|
|2:30 pm||Awards Ceremony – Level 3 & 4|
|2:45 pm||Vendor Breakdown|
Schedule of events for the Junior (K-5) Great Computer Challenge
May 14, 2016
|8:00 am||Vendor setup|
|8:30 am – 9:45 am||Registration and setup – Level 2|
|9:00 am – 10:15 am||Registration and setup – Level 1|
|9:45 am||Rules Review – Level 2|
|10:00 am||Competition Begins – Level 2|
|10:15 am||Rules Review – Level 1|
|10:30 am||Competition Begins – Level 1|
|10:30 – 11:30 am||Workshops for Teachers and Parents|
|11:30 am||Competition Ends – Level 1|
|11:45 am||Competition Ends – Level 2|
|Noon – 1:30 pm||Lunch & Movie|
|1:45 pm||Awards Ceremony Level 1 & Level 2|
|2:00 pm||Vendor Breakdown|