This is an archive of older press releases.
05-27-2012 Major Universities & Schools Around the World Know Destination ImagiNation Enriches Students
04-24-2012 1,200 Teams Expected for Destination ImagiNation 2012; Over 8,000 Creative Problem Solving Youth… (Originally from Destination ImagiNation International Office)
03-31-12 NH Destination ImagiNation Advances 39 Student Creative Problem Solving Teams to Destination ImagiNation Global Finals in May!
03-15-12 Regionals Week 2: Creativity Competitions in Kingston; E. Swanzey Vie For State Finals Slots…
03-06-12 NH Destination ImagiNation Creativity Tournaments Begin Saturday; The first of over 2,300 . . . .
02-26-12 Head’s Up: NH Destination ImagiNation Competitions Begin March 10 in Hudson; North Sutton; March 17 in Kingston and E. Swanzey.
02-25-12 Press Release: Destination ImagiNation CEO : Cutting Funding to the Arts Threatens Education.
Over the past 31 years, New Hampshire Destination ImagiNation has generated over 100,000 alumni trained in the building blocks of innovation: creativity, problem solving and teamwork. On Saturday at the University of New Hampshire, they will be joined by several hundred students from around the state to learn a variety of skills to help them compete at Destination ImagiNation Creativity Tournaments in March.
10-29-11 NH Destination ImagiNation Trains New Volunteers to Facilitate Creativity, Collaboration, Teamwork
Empowering kids to use creativity to spur innovation is a key goal of Destination ImagiNation, a non-profit educational program. This weekend at Pembroke Academy, 30 new adult volunteer Team Managers from around the state, enough for 210 new students, were trained how to facilitate collaboration, teamwork, communication and creativity.
In the fall, New Hampshire fielded over 300 creative problem solving teams from over 150 schools and community groups to compete in creative problem solving competitions. This Friday, the top 33 teams, “Team New Hampshire”, will take a break from their massive fundraising efforts to meet together for the first time…
A comprehensive evaluation by researchers at the University of Virginia provides evidence that students participating in team-based problem solving competitions with Destination ImagiNation (DI) exhibit stronger skills than non-DI students in applying critical and creative thinking to reach innovative solutions to complicated challenges.
04-17-11 NH Students Join The World’s Largest Celebration of Creative Problem Solving: Destination ImagiNation Global Finals
Destination ImagiNation is counting down to its final event called Global Finals, which will take place from May 25 – 28, 2011 at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. At Global Finals, 14,000 participants from the U.S. and more than 30 countries will showcase their creative solutions to Destination ImagiNation Challenges – including 33 New Hampshire Teams.
04-02-11 Team New Hampshire Selected to Represent New Hampshire at Destination ImagiNation Global Finals!
In less than a month, hundreds of Granite State creative problem solving teams will be showcasing their solutions to educational Challenges at Destination ImagiNation tournaments to be held around the state. Today at Londonderry High School, the final group of over 150 volunteer Appraisers was trained to appraise the solutions that are designed to build creativity, innovation and teamwork skills while incorporating core educational subjects…
02-16-11 Advisory: Over 150 Volunteers to Be Trained on Appraising Creative Problem-Solving Solutions (This is a rescheduled event from a snow-out).
In less than 40 days, hundreds of creative problem solving teams from around the Granite State will compete with solutions that showcase their creativity, problem solving and teamwork skills in Destination ImagiNation competitions…
Over 100 Team Managers, the adult facilitators of the educational non-profit Destination ImagiNation program were trained at Merrimiack Valley Middle School in Penacook on Saturday. Among the presenters were two NH-DI alumni who are both educators and members of a popular New Hampshire improv troupe.
Anyone can be creative, but the ability to leverage that creativity for tangible results frequently takes a facilitator. That is the role of the volunteer Team Managers in Destination ImagiNation. 25 of these volunteers, or enough for 175 new “DI” participants in schools across the state, were trained on Saturday at Pembroke Academy in Pembroke.
28-Oct-10 NH Destination ImagiNation Announces New Affiliate Director | HTML | PDF 144k
New Hampshire Destination ImagiNation (NH-DI), the state’s student creativity, teamwork and problem solving program is pleased to announce that is has selected a new affiliate director…
Destination ImagiNation develops creativity, teamwork and problem solving skills in students across New Hampshire. This Saturday at Pembroke Academy, the process of how to facilitate these skills …