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UTHSDC is for students in grade 9-12 to experience the engineering design process, while solving a real-world problem!

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The 2021 University of Toronto High School Design Competition (UTHSDC) is online this year! This event is an engineering design competition/hackathon open to all students in grade 9-12 hosted by Hi-Skule, the University of Toronto's Engineering Outreach club.

Sign up for a full day of planning, problem solving, and engineering on Saturday. The event includes mentorship from current engineering students, a clubs fair, and a design project ending with everyone's final projects being judged by a panel of alumni and industry professionals with a chance to win awesome prizes.

An opening ceremony will be held on the Friday at 6PM, and a closing ceremony and awards will happen on Sunday.

More logistical info will be provided later. Please keep a look out on your emails!

Students are also encouraged to form teams of 3 to 5. If you have a team, make sure all your team members get their tickets, and then have one team member fill out this form after everyone on the team has registered: [____]. If you are signing up individually, we will help you find a group for the competition. Details will be sent out to the email you use to register at a later time, so make sure your email is correct.

If you have any questions, please email outreach@hiskule.skule.ca

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Organizer Hi-Skule (University of Toronto Engineering Society's High School Outreach)

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The University of Torotono Engineering Society's High School Outreach Committee, Hi-Skule, strives in our outreach to explain and promote the engineering profession, foster mentorship connections between current engineering and high school students, and above all else aims to inspire the next generation of the world's problem solvers. Stay tuned for details on our upcoming events!

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