The Stockholm Junior Water Prize competition consists of four levels: regional, state, national, and international. Awards are given at each of these levels to recognize student achievement in water-related research.
SJWP Regional Award Certificates: Presented to students at local science fairs or other science competitions throughout the United States as an acknowledgment of their water-research project. Students who receive a regional award must enter their paper online to be eligible to participate in their SJWP state competition.
SJWP State Competition: All online entries will be divided by state and sent to the specific state's panel of qualified judges. Each state will choose a winning project to represent them at the national competition. State winners will receive an all-expenses-paid trip to the SJWP National Competition. State winners will be announced online on May 5th.
SJWP National Competition: One project will be chosen at the SJWP National Competition to represent the U.S. at the SJWP International competition in Stockholm, Sweden. Up to two runners-up will also be chosen to receive an additional award.
SJWP International Competition: The U.S. Winner will join winners from 30 countries to compete for the international title in Stockholm, Sweden during World Water Week.
For a complete list of awards, see below.