Education for Tomorrow Alliance Announces 2019 SCI://TECH Poster Competition Winner

By: Corinne Woodruff Coulter
| Published 12/06/2018

Art teacher Jamila Musa-Carr and Cathy Zhang of The John Cooper School with her winning design in the 2019 SCI://TECH Wright’s Printing Poster Competition.
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CONROE, Texas -- Education for Tomorrow Alliance selected the artwork of Cathy Zhang, an
eleventh grader at The John Cooper School, as the winner of the 2019 SCI://TECH Wright’s Printing
Poster Competition. Ms. Zhang’s original artwork was selected from more than 60 entries from area junior
and senior high students by public vote for her depiction of the theme, “Where STEM Gets its Roots.” As
the winner, Ms. Zhang will receive a $250 Student Achievement Award from Education for Tomorrow
Alliance, and her winning design will appear on all promotional posters, t-shirts, and collectible mugs for
the 29th Annual SCI://TECH Exposition.

SCI://TECH is a collaboration between Education for Tomorrow Alliance, Conroe ISD, The John
Cooper School, and other area private schools that encourages hands-on scientific exploration to more
than 5,000 K-12 students each year. SCI://TECH’s 13 science, technology, engineering, and math
competitions and events will occur over four weekends beginning January 25 at Lone Star
College-Montgomery and The Lone Star Convention Center. Highlights include the Chevron Phillips
Chemical Senior High and the Entergy Junior High Science Fairs on February 1 and the Huntsman
Elementary Science Festival, which is free and open to the public, on February 2.

Education for Tomorrow Alliance is a nonprofit organization dedicated to cultivating education and
community partnerships that advance student success. With innovative programs focused on career,
leadership, and STEM exploration, EfTA is the portal through which business leaders can access and
strengthen local education . For details or to sign up as a volunteer, please visit www.efta-us.org.

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