Every student should have the opportunity to be a leader in STEM.

Take a look at the inspiring students in Carolina’s Young InnovatorsSM program. They demonstrate the amazing achievements that occur when students take action to answer a question or solve a problem in science, technology, engineering, and math.
By recognizing and celebrating these Young Innovators’ accomplishments both big and small, Carolina strives to open the door to possibilities—to inspire all students and nurture their visions. We promote diversity and inclusion to encourage every student to take their place in STEM.

Innovator of the Month

Robert Samuel “Sam” White III

Shemar Coombs

You may see Shemar Coombs innovation that keeps headphone wires tangle-free in stores one day. Learn more about Shemar.
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Meet Other Young Innovators

Devon and Trevor Langley

Devon and Trevor Langley want to make math easier for students with dyslexia, so they teamed up to create a helpful app.

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Robert Samuel “Sam” White III

At just six years old, Robert Samuel “Sam” White III’s viral song led to a new picture book, You Can Be ABCs, that features many STEM careers. 

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Deepika Kurup

Deepika Kurup created a new way to purify water to make clean water more available to everyone. Learn more about Deepika.
Learn More About Deepika