Educators

Motivation and Incentive

The Challenge Program, Inc. awards 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students with $200 financial incentives in five categories:

  • Attendance
  • STEM
  • Community Service
  • Academic Improvement
  • Academic Excellence

Our vision is to positively affect student behaviors and attitudes by casting a wide-net to involve all students to compete for awards, regardless of previous academic performance.

The Challenge Program, Inc., is a Powerful Tool

The Challenge Program, Inc. is a valuable tool in an educator’s toolbox, reaching out to students who may need a little more motivation to get through the year.

Easy to Implement

The Challenge Program, Inc. provides easy-to use forms, and clear guidelines and criteria for selecting your award winners. TCP Representatives both in the field and in the office are available to help you implement the program in your school.

Simple Award Submission

In the fall and spring, we will provide you with a weblink to have your student finalists take our online survey and a weblink to easily fill out and submit your award winner names. 

Program Impact Report

Program Impact Report

85% Participate in Community Service

Winners totaled 50,783 hours of service, contributing $368,174 to their communities (based on $7.25/hr.

90% Excel in 14 STEM Classes per School

Excel in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math

91% Strive for Perfect Attendance

On average, each school has 5.5 students with a perfect attendance

94% Strive for Academic Excellence

On average, academic excellence winners carry a 4.10 GPA

95% Improve Academically

On average, academic improvement winners increased GPA by +.74

Surveyed Business, Student and Educators Agree

Businesses84%

 

“TCP effectively raises awareness about our company and its career opportunities.”

Students80%

 

“TCP meets its goals in educating students about career opportunities in their communities.”

Educators95%

 

“TCP meets its goals in motivating students to compete for all the award categories.”