CHERRY HILL, N.J., MAY 27, 2015 – Destination Imagination (DI), a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering students' curiosity, courage and creativity through open-ended STEM, fine arts and service learning Challenges, has officially announced the results of the 2015 Global Finals, including the top finishers for all team and instant challenges. In total, 27 teams from 13 U.S. [...]
Destination Imagination would like to thank all of the teams that submitted their photos and videos these past few months for the DI Instant Challenge Video Show. It's time to wrap up our Video Show, so check out your final Challenge!
Ready, set, record! Take on our Monochromatic Instant Challenge and submit your solutions via photo or video format for a chance to be featured alongside other creative students (just like you!) around the world.
Destination Imagination alum and volunteer, Renee Smith, discusses how the program impacted her life and prepared her for her biggest challenge to date: volunteering for the Peace Corps.
Thank you to all of the teams that showed us their creative and quick thinking skills in the last month’s edition of the Instant Challenge Online Video Show. It’s a new month, which means it’s time for your next Challenge for the video showcase: Ping-Pong-Athon!
Time to mix a little creativity and teamwork with your quick thinking skills. You're invited to the brand new DI Instant Challenge Online Video Show!
It’s that time of year again; high school seniors are walking across a stage and being handed their diplomas. This summer is one of the most important summers that many teenagers experience. It is the transition between the protective halls of high school and the beacon of independence that is college life. We wanted to share five tips from our educators on staff on how to best use your summer to enjoy the days you have left and prepare for the adventure ahead.
I kept coming back to DI in those early years because it was a place where I could experiment, fail, experiment, fail, and then finally, hopefully, cross your fingers, succeed. Today, failure is given this bad wrap: It’s if you mess up, it’s over. Done. Time to move on. Failure, however, is a very important part of the creative process. After you have gone through a series of failures and then succeed, you develop the confidence to take risks or try something new. DI is this amazing organization that rewards those risks and failures.
Didn’t have a chance to see some of the first place teams present their Challenge solutions at Global Finals 2013? Curious about what their performances entailed? Thanks to many of the teams and their wonderful Team Managers, you can read about the solutions that helped them take first place at this year’s tournament.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Veronica Mikitka 215-434-7194 [email protected] CHERRY HILL, N.J., June 10, 2013 — Destination Imagination celebrated its 30th Anniversary in style at Global Finals 2013, the world's largest celebration of creativity for students in grades Kindergarten through University. Nearly 1,250 teams strove for a top placement and more than 16,500 attendees participated in hands-on activities at […]