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Send Your Logo to Space

Students, design the winning logo for our Base 11 Space Challenge and send your logo to space! Read Overview...
Overview

This challenge is open to all students, grades K-college, enrolled in a school in the United States or Canada. 

 

The Challenge

The Send Your Logo to Space competition is seeking a student-designed logo to use for the $1 million+  Base 11 Space Challenge! A logo is the face of a brand, and we need you to help us craft that! Whether you are in elementary school through college, an experienced graphic designer or an artsy amateur, we welcome you to bring your creativity.

This is your chance to send your logo to space!

Be bold! Be different! Keep it simple!

 

Accept the Challenge, and get to work on your design today!

 

What is the Base 11 Space Challenge?

The Base 11 Space Challenge is a $1M+ prize for a student-led team to design, build, and launch a liquid-propelled, single stage rocket to an altitude of 100 kilometers (The Karman Line) by December 30, 2021.

To learn more about the Space Challenge, visit base11spacechallenge.org.

 

 

Who is Base 11?

Base 11 is a non-profit, workforce and entrepreneur development company on a mission to close the STEM gap and build a sustainable middle class in America.

 

Base 11 is a connector matching STEM businesses, educational institutions and entrepreneurial opportunities with the high-potential, low-resource students that have shown interest and talent but lack the resources and access needed to allow their interest to grow. Our signature solution, dedicated partners and growing base of support is about much more than just funding, financial aid or general STEM education. It’s a one-of-a-kind strategy specifically designed to change the way people think. It takes a tactical, active approach, specifically finding motivated talent and creating a dedicated path for them to succeed in a very short period of time. Success is defined as STEM-related employment, admission to a four-year college in a STEM-related field or the development of a STEM-related business in less than 24 months.
 

If you’d like to know more about Base 11, visit base11.com.

 

To see the Official Rules of the competition, click here.

 

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Curious what it's like to build a rocket engine?

Aug. 14, 2018, 10 a.m. PDT by Christine Byrd

Take a sneak peek inside this liquid propulsion lab at the University of Southern California, where students are working on an engine called Balerion that they hope will carry a rocket all the way to space. Check it out as you ask yourself what logo this kind of awe-inspiring work deserves.


Let these students inspire your space logo

July 25, 2018, 11 a.m. PDT by Christine Byrd

Need a little inspiration for your space logo?  Meet a few of the university students who are competing to be the first team to send their rocket to the edge of space. They are literally jumping with excitement!  You can tell how proudly they will wear the logo of the Base 11 Space Challenge ... once you create it!  So what's the logo you want to put in their t-shirts, their baseball caps and, yes, their rocket when they send it to space?

 


Welcome!

June 29, 2018, 12:06 p.m. PDT by MacKenzie Richter

Greetings to all Artists, Designers, Students, and Innovators!

 

We are excited to announce that our Base 11 Space Logo Challenge is now live and open to submissions. Here's your chance to Send Your Logo to Space!

 

The submission deadline is September 14th, 2018 so click Accept Challenge today to get started on your logo design!

 

Remember, this challenge is open to all students, grades K-college, enrolled in a school in the United States or Canada.  

 

Good luck and we cannot wait to see what you create. 

 

All the best, 

Base 11 Team


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