Vote for InnoWorks

April 2, 2007

InnoWorksUnited Innoworks Academy, an organization founded at Duke by recent Pratt graduate William Hwang, is in the running for a Golden BR!CK award worth $15,000 in funding from the not-for-profit organization Do Something Inc.

InnoWorks is competing against 11 other finalists for the top prize. The award will go to the organization that generates the greatest number of web-based votes. Vote now.

InnoWorks has made it possible for middle-school kids all over the country to attend free, high-quality science camps, including hands-on activities developed and led by undergraduate volunteers. InnoWorks has established nine chapters based at universities and colleges around the world, including the University of Arizona, College of the Bahamas and Effat College, a women's college in Saudi Arabia. The BR!CK award, which honors young people who are working to change the world, could fund an entire InnoWorks chapter.

Voting ends on Monday, April 9. The awards will be televised on Thursday, April 12, at 9 p.m. EST.