Samsung Electronics France and Entreprendre pour Learn announce the winners of the competition – Samsung Newsroom Global

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Launched in December 2021, the first French edition of the Solve for Tomorrow educational program ended yesterday with the final and the awards ceremony. During the six months of the program, the students worked as a team to imagine a solution based on digital technologies and thus respond to major societal challenges.

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After deliberation, the Jury composed of:

Jerome LefevrePresident, Federation Undertake to Learn, Catherine CHAZALCSR Director, Public Affairs, Internal Communication, Samsung Electronics France, Audrey ScibozHead of Digital and Face-to-Face Programs, Mozaïk Foundation, Deborah ElaloufCEO TRALALERE/VP Education EdTech France and Christele GaguProject Manager Education Economy Campus, DGESCO, Ministry of National Education, has chosen 2 particularly original projects:

  • Grand Prize: presented by the 9th grade class of St Gilduin college, Combourg in Brittany, the Grand Prix project, called ADAOZZ, seeks to respond to a major problem: the protection of the environment.

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  • ADAOZZ is an application to raise awareness about selective sorting, including a scan function for help with sorting, an interactive game, a directory of eco-responsible partner merchants, but also Adaverzz, a game in the metaverse allowing users to create a virtual world and to measure the ecological footprint of their actions. The solution offers a physical extension of the collaborative quiz.

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  • Jury’s Favorite Award: the project MULTIBOX presented by the class of 1st Science and technology of management and management of the Lycée Pasteur, Besançon, Bourgogne France Comté. The favorite prize responds to a major issue, the digital inclusion of our seniors. MULTIBOX is a TV box for seniors aimed at simplifying their access to digital content and services. Thanks to various applications, the MULTIBOX makes it possible to open up to the world and promises personalized access to centers of interest, and to facilitate communication with family and friends.

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To pay Olivier Oger, Vice President in charge of Human Resources and CSR at Samsung Electronics France “The presentations of the 5 finalist projects were remarkable. Listening to passionate young people defending their project captivated us while confirming the merits of this initiative. The 2 winning projects indeed address major societal issues in an innovative way, and their operations will now be studied by Samsung experts. We are pleased to announce that the 5 finalist establishments will soon receive an endowment of Samsung products, intended for use in the classroom in order to provide students with optimal learning conditions. Building on the success of the program, next November we will launch the second edition of solve for tomorrow in France. »

“It’s so gratifying to be able to participate in such a project and to have had the opportunity to reflect and come up with viable solutions to everyday problems. It also allowed us to work on our team spirit and our creative spirit. It’s a first step in business life! » indicates Achille Blanc-Mounier, student of 1st Science and technology of management and management of the Lycée Pasteur, Besançon, Bourgogne France Comté, Jury’s Favorite Prize – MULTIBOX.

The Solve for Tomorrow project is part of the future course on which the students had to work as part of their course. The students were widely spread around the creation of this mini-company, they immediately understood the power of this type of project. Creating a mini-company means acquiring a maximum of skills in a minimum of time, it means freeing yourself from a framework. Thus, taking part in Solve for Tomorrow has enabled students to gain confidence, solidarity, and to develop their skills, particularly in speaking. declared Isabelle Rozec, Head of School and SVT teacher at St Gilduin College, Combourg in Brittany, Grand Prix – ADAOZZ project.

Solve for Tomorrow is an educational program designed by Samsung and deployed in partnership with the Entreprendre pour Learn federation in France. Its objective: to enable young people, from the 3th at the terminal, to imagine the digital of tomorrow by proposing concrete solutions, from digital technologies, to major societal issues such as accessibility for all, the digital inclusion of our elders, the protection of the environment or the fight against social insecurity.

For this 1before edition, nearly 800 young people from 29 establishments worked on 81 projects for 6 months. Supervised by one of their professors, supported by a Samsung mentor and facilitators from Entreprendre pour Learn, the team worked through the Design thinking method, an original human-based innovation process that allowed them to express collectively all their creativity and critical thinking.

For more information on the actions expected by Samsung Electronics France in favor of the education of future generations, visit csr.samsung.com/fr

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About Undertake to Learn

Undertake to Learn is a federation of 17 associations under the 1901 law approved by the Ministry of National Education, Youth and Sports and its activities are recognized as complementary to the school. Its educational program, the Mini-Company, is an entrepreneurial and collective adventure intended to develop the potential, ideas and personality of each young person.

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