How will you invent the future?

Kansas City Invention Convention

September 10 – April 23, 2022

KC Invention Convention 2022

Kelly Ann, inventor of the Baby Saver

REGISTRATION FOR THE SECOND ANNUAL KANSAS CITY INVENTION CONVENTION IS NOW OPEN!

At the Linda Hall Library’s Kansas City Invention Convention, students in grades 4-12 from around the Kansas City metro are empowered to imagine new solutions to everyday challenges. With the support of teachers and mentors, students are introduced to STEMIE (STEM + Invention + Entrepreneurship) concepts as they create their own inventions and compete for a chance to win prizes, scholarships, and an opportunity to compete in the national and global competitions.

The future is ready to be invented

Inventors

Inventors

Are you ready to invent the future? If you are a Kansas City area student in grades 4-12, this program is for you. Click here to learn more about how you can participate in KCIC.

Educators

Educators

Help your students invent the future! Free curriculum resources are available to bring KCIC to your classroom.

Volunteers

Volunteer Opportunities

KCIC is always in need of volunteers to participate as judges and mentors. If you are passionate about supporting STEMIE initiatives for Kansas City youth, please join us!

Sponsorship

Sponsorship Opportunities

Invest in the future by supporting KCIC. As a sponsor, you help inspire the next generation of inventors and entrepreneurs by bringing STEMIE education to our community.

Thank you to our 2021 sponsors and community partners!

The 2021 event was made possible by:

Interested in becoming a sponsor for KCIC 2022?  

Schedule

August 4

Virtual KCIC Info Session for Educators

September 10

Inventor registration opens

September 11

Virtual KCIC Info Session for Students

March 26

Inventor registration closes

April 23

Invention Showcase, judging, and awards show!

Get registered today!

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