Thor: Ragnarok is the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe film to empower girls interested in science, technology, engineering, and math!
Five finalists will earn a trip to Los Angeles, where they will present their project to a panel of experts before attending the Ragnarok premiere. One grand-prize winner will be chosen out of the five, and will receive a three-day mentorship at Disney Imagineering’s New York studios, before getting to demonstrate their project on Good Morning America.
This isn’t the first time Marvel has held STEM challenges for girls. The studio previously held similar contests tied to Thor: The Dark World, Ant-Man, and last year’s Captain America: Civil War and Doctor Strange.
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