Global Junior Challenge Awards

The Global Junior Challenge assigns different types of awards:

The main GJC Award to winning project selected from among all participants

Winners receive a bronze medal with the Etruscan wolf, the prestigious symbol of the foundation of the City of Rome.



The President of the Italian Republic Award

The six best projects on ICT-based educational innovation presented by Italian schools will receive an award offered by the President of the Italian Republic


The GJC Award for finalist projects from poor areas of the world

This award is reserved to finalist projects from the poorer areas of the world that employ ICT to promote the reduction of poverty and increase social inclusion.


                         The Innovative Teacher Award
                          A reward to teacher who works everyday to create a dialogue between the school, the children and the evolving society.