Innovation meets inspiration in the exciting new digital series, "Tiny Mic, Big Designs," hosted by the dynamic Ashley Mengwasser. Launching July 9th and releasing new episodes every #TinyMicTuesday, this series promises to shine a spotlight on the incredible creativity and ingenuity of student inventors participating in Georgia Tech's K-12 Inventure Prize.

New Digital Series: "Tiny Mic, Big Designs"

At the heart of "Tiny Mic, Big Designs" lies a celebration of young minds pushing the boundaries of technology and innovation. From ingenious gadgets to sustainable solutions, each episode will unveil the remarkable inventions conceived by students from across the state. This series is not just a showcase of ideas; it's a testament to the power of youthful imagination and the transformative potential of education.

Emmy Award-winning host, Ashley Mengwasser, will guide viewers through each episode, providing insights into the inventive process and the personal stories behind these groundbreaking projects. As viewers follow along, they'll be immersed in a world where curiosity fuels discovery and where young inventors are empowered to make a real impact on the world around them.

The series is a collaboration between Georgia Public Broadcasting’s education team and Georgia Tech's K-12 Inventure Prize, highlighting the institutions' shared commitment to fostering creativity and excellence in STEM education. It aims not only to inspire the next generation of inventors but also to showcase how education can nurture innovation and entrepreneurship from a young age.

For educators, parents, and students alike, "Tiny Mic, Big Designs" offers a wealth of learning opportunities and a chance to witness firsthand the transformative potential of STEM education. Whether you're interested in technology, entrepreneurship, or simply love a good story of young minds making a difference, this series promises to deliver compelling content that educates, entertains, and inspires.

To stay connected with "Tiny Mic, Big Designs," be sure to follow @gpbeducation and @k12inventure on social media. Join the conversation, share your thoughts, and celebrate the extraordinary achievements of these young inventors starting July 9th. Don't miss out on this journey into innovation and imagination – it's time to amplify the voices of tomorrow's leaders today.

K-12 Inventure Prize participants proudly hold their projects.

Student innovators from Kennesaw Elementary and Barber Middle Schools show off their K-12 Inventure Prize projects.

Ashley Mengwasser shows off her tiny mic with a student inventor from McIntosh High School.

Ashley Mengwasser interviews McIntosh High School student inventor with her #TinyMic.

Ashley Mengwasser interviews student innovators at Kennesaw Elementary.

Second grade students from Kennesaw Elementary share their prototypes with host Ash!