The 6th annual Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest wrapped up earlier this year, and in doing so, provided $2 million in Samsung Technology to public schools across the United States. The Solve for Tomorrow Contest was launched in 2010 by Samsung to support and encourage science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education among K-12 students. The goal is to increase students' enthusiasm for STEM learning while also encouraging them to use that learning to help make a difference in their community. Samsung partners with BrainPoP, the National Environmental Education Foundation, and Adobe to make this contest possible. Entry into the contest is straightforward: contestants make a two-minute video describing how their project improves their community.