Through the Ambassador Partners Program, the Conrad Foundation offers licensing opportunities to organizations outside of the United States that are interested in hosting their own innovation & entrepreneurship competitions based on the Conrad Challenge model. Here are a few examples of how we’ve reached beyond America’s borders:

To learn more about our Ambassador Partners Program, contact us at


St. John’s Anglican College (Brisbane, Australia) –

St. John’s uses our tools and resources to host its own Conrad Challenge Ambassador Competition. Teams from the Australia Challenge also entered the global Conrad Challenge. The winning team from the Australia Conrad Challenge as well as 2 other teams who advanced into the finals joined us for the 2018 Innovation Summit hosted at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. 

The winning team from the Australian Challenge, Speechability, also was named the 2018 Pete Conrad Scholars in the Cyber-Technology & Security Category. They also received the 2018 SMART Technologies Award.

For more information on St. John's Anglican College, click here.


Past Partners

Millennium Challenge Account (country of Georgia)

In 2015, we partnered with the Millennium Challenge Account to support the Millennium Innovations Award (MIA) competition, which promoted STEM education and innovations to youth throughout Georgia. A total of 88 teams participated, with the winning one joining us at the Innovation Summit. To read more about MIA's trip to Summit, click here.