The mission of the Belin-Blank Center is to empower and serve the international gifted community through exemplary leadership in programs, research, and advocacy. Through several initiatives including: The Acceleration Institute, The Belin-Blank Center identifies gifted, talented, and artistic learners; provides assessment, counseling, and consultation services; increases awareness and use of acceleration; and facilitates the professional development of educators and administrators.

BEST Robotics is a a middle and high school robotics competition whose mission is to engage and excite students about engineering, science, and technology as well as inspire them to pursue careers in these fields. Through participation in our project-based STEM program, students learn to analyze and solve problems utilizing the Engineering Design Process, which helps them develop technological literacy skills. It is these skills that industry seeks in its workforce.

The Beverly Riggs Camp Scholarship will pay up to $500 for summer camp attendance for an Oklahoma student who is identified as gifted and talented. The camp must be in the gifted areas of creativity, academic or artistic enrichment and/or acceleration.

The BioGENEius Challenges are your opportunity to compete on an international stage with some of the brightest scientific minds in the world. Challenges are offered in the fields of medical biotechnology, agricultural biotechnology, and industrial/environmental biotechnology.

Blacks at Microsoft (BAM) is a company-sponsored employee network dedicated to supporting the continued growth and development of black employees at Microsoft Corporation. This year, BAM will award three $5,000 scholarships to outstanding high-school seniors who are interested in pursuing careers in technology. The scholarships are renewable, so winners who continue to meet the criteria can receive an annual $5,000 award for up to four years. Up to 24 scholarship runners-up will be eligible for a one-time $2,500 BAM technology stipend based on need.

BMI foundation is a nonprofit founded in 1985, who support the creation, performance, and study of music through awards, scholarships, grants, and commissions. Throughout the year, the Foundation works to administer the various competitions for awards, scholarships, internships and commissions.

Students who are passionate about the sciences and currently in their junior year of high school are invited to apply for the Research in Science & Engineering (RISE) internship program. Spend six weeks at BU conducting university laboratory research with some of the nation’s brightest scientific minds, and advance your knowledge and skills in the sciences.

The Botball® Educational Robotics Program engages middle and high school aged students in a team-oriented robotics competition, and serves as a perfect way to meet today’s new common core standards. By exposing students to an inquiry-based, learn-by-doing activity that appeals to their hearts as well as their minds, Botball® addresses our nation’s need for a well-prepared, creative, yet disciplined workforce with leadership and teamwork experience.

Bridge UnderGraduate Science (BUGS jr.) is a paid summer research program granting undergraduates and high school students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience of what it is like being in a collaborative research environment and to contribute to improving human condition.

A subscription to Brilliant gives users access to courses to help students in 5th grade and above master math and science concepts through fun, guided problem solving. Although online, Brilliant courses are interactive and engaging to build independent critical thinking and build true understanding.

Since 2000, the Brower Youth Award, the flagship event of the New Leaders Initiative program, has recognized outstanding youth leaders who are making strides in the environmental movement. The public ceremony and national award is hosted by the New Leaders Initiative which is housed at Earth Island Institute. Each year, six young people based in North America are awarded the Brower Youth Award and a 3,000 dollar cash prize.

Created in memory of BURGER KING Co-founder James “Jim” W. McLamore, the BURGER KING Scholars program has awarded $35 million in scholarships to more than 33,000 high school students, BK® employees and their families across the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico since 2000. Scholarship grants range from $1,000 to $50,000 and are intended to help students offset the cost of attending college or post-secondary vocational/technical school. Recipients are selected based on their grade point average (GPA), work experience, extracurricular activities and community service.

StudentCam is C-SPAN’s annual national video documentary competition that encourages students to think critically about issues that affect our communities and our nation.

The Bryan Cameron Education Foundation awards four-year, full-tuition, merit-based undergraduate scholarships to exceptional high school students who have demonstrated excellence in academics, extracurricular activities, leadership, and community service. The Cameron Impact Scholar is unique among their high-achieving peers in their desire to make an impact on their communities and in the world at large. They aspire to contribute to positive forces for change and plan to tailor their education to that end.

The Camp for Algorithmic and Mathematical Play is a place for children with a deep love of mathematics and computer science, of thinking and exploring, to come together. They strive to provide a rich environment that exposes students to fundamental concepts with faculty that can provide unlimited depth.