11-year-old Andrew Pelham, who recently participated in the National Geographic Kids Engineering Exploration Challenge that Destination Imagination helped develop, has created a simple but [...]
One of the most rewarding aspects of working for Destination Imagination is having the opportunity to collaborate with other organizations whose missions align so similarly with [...]
There’s nothing like the energy and excitement of children. Combine that energy and excitement with a handful of Destination Imagination Challenges and you have an afternoon buzzing [...]
Most of us who take part in Destination Imagination (DI), whether as a participant or volunteer, know that throughout each season we will learn the true meaning of success and what our [...]
The nation seems enamored with the acronym STEM, which stands for science, technology, engineering, and math.