One week from today, one of the 35 Imagine Cup World Finals teams will win the Ability Award.
Microsoft Imagine Cup is arguably the world’s premier student technology competition, and the Ability Award will recognize the 2016 Imagine Cup World Finals student team whose project best demonstrates innovation with the potential to drive a more accessible and inclusive workplace and world. Any Imagine Cup World Finals team can submit to win the award as long as their work progresses accessibility in an innovative way, and the competition is fierce.
Read the full blog from our very own Chief Accessibility Officer, Jenny Lay-Flurrie, about this year’s Ability Award and what to expect for the winning team on the Microsoft Imagine Cup blog. And stay tuned as the winners are announced on July 28!