MathWorks Math Modeling (M3) Challenge

$20,000

February 22, 2020

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  • Scholarship Description
  • MathWorks Math Modeling (M3) Challenge is a contest for high school juniors and seniors. Through participation, students experience what it’s like to work as a team to tackle a real-world problem under time and resource constraints, akin to those faced by professional mathematicians working in industry. The Challenge awards $100,000.

    11th and 12th graders from anywhere in the United States, including territories and DoDEA schools, may participate. Homeschool and cyberschool students in those areas are also eligible. Teams must be comprised of three to five students and one teacher-coach and a maximum of two teams per high school may register. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • 6th Floor
  • Philadelphia, PA 19104
  • webmaster@siam.org
  • tel: 267-350-6388
  • fax: 215-525-2756

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latosha c  on 11/29/2018 2:14:53 PM

I love this scholarship because math is my favorite subject and I would learn a lot from this.

terry S  on 9/12/2018 5:57:23 PM

I am entering this contest because I always did great in math. I always loved my math classes.When I was taking my math tests in school I would only put my answers down and not the work. My teachers would deduct points from my tests because I didn't do the work, but I knew the answers. I would like a scholarship so I can further my skills in math.

Brittany M  on 8/10/2018 3:44:15 PM

I would like this scholarship because math is one of my best subjects and i would use this to become a math teacher so i can teach kids about it. I need this scholarship to be able to pay for college so i can further understand everything about math and be able to one day teach it to kids.

Brittany M  on 8/10/2018 3:43:54 PM

I would like this scholarship because math is one of my best subjects and i would use this to become a math teacher so i can teach kids about it. I need this scholarship to be able to pay for college so i can further understand everything about math and be able to one day teach it to kids.

Brandon K  on 7/24/2018 3:51:08 AM

I would like this scholarship because math is my strongest subject and i use math very very often because i am a programmer and i use math pretty much everyday i need this scholarship to be able to pay for college and get a better understanding of math so i can further knowledge in programming.

Gracie H  on 5/11/2018 2:24:09 PM

i am interested in this scholarship because i love to do math and i also want to be able to pay for college and help out my family

April W  on 2/15/2018 12:18:53 PM

I printed the application and will be sending it off soon. Thanks!

keira a  on 2/3/2018 3:17:38 PM

i am interested to apply for this scholarship to be able to pay for college

Elijah S  on 2/3/2018 12:38:43 PM

I'm applying for this scholarship because I love math so I think I would be a good candidate. If awarded this scholarship it will help my parents pay for my college.

Ryan J  on 12/30/2017 12:17:58 AM

I am interested in applying for this scholarship because I want to further pursue my education. With the use of this scholarship, it can help me reach my goal of having a engineering career.

hansley r  on 9/2/2017 1:27:14 AM

Presuming I won the scholarship I hope it helps in my goal to becoming a regional sales manager.

Thien Son P  on 8/12/2016 9:06:46 AM

Can I apply for this scholarship as an international student who is not studying high school in the US?

Md.Easin Sarker E  on 2/11/2016 11:39:06 AM

I apply for this scholarship to get a chance to study abroad.

James H  on 2/8/2016 10:32:53 PM

I applied for this scholarship to help my mom pay for my college education.

Vervellee M  on 2/3/2016 6:07:53 PM

I applied for this scholarship because I would like to continue my education after graduating high school. My mother is a single parent struggling to pay the bills so she is unable to fully support me financially to attend college. Hence, need this scholarship to pursue my goals and earn my degree.

Coleen S  on 1/21/2016 10:17:19 PM

I really love numbers since mathematics is my favorite subject ever since...

Eva C  on 10/13/2014 3:32:43 PM

This is perfect for me

jude i  on 7/28/2014 8:33:28 PM

I love math this is right for me

Brittnie D  on 1/5/2012 10:26:33 PM

I think this is a very interesting scholarship idea to win some big money.

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