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National High School Design Competition: Good For All​

Cooper Hewitt’s second annual National High School Design Competition: Good For All is now open. This years' challenge is to design something that will improve a community’s access to healthy, fresh foods. Ideas can take many forms: a product, a campaign, a space, an experience, or even a system. The design competition is open to all teens, ages 13 - 19, who are high school students in 9th - 12th grades anywhere in the United States. The entry deadline is March 20, 2017. The winning design will be featured at Cooper Hewitt during National Design Week (October 14–22, 2017), at the Target Fenway store in Boston, and on

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