High School Competition: March 6-8, 2013 in Charlotte, NC
College Competition: April 27, 2013 in San Diego, CA
The Phoenix Challenge Foundation is an organization of industry professionals who are dedicated to encouraging today’s youth in exploring the exciting career opportunities available to them through the Flexographic printing industry.
Each year the Phoenix Challenge Foundation hosts it’s annual International High School Flexographic Skills Competition and hosts the Phoenix Challenge College competition for students in North America currently studying Flexography. This site is dedicated to the student participants, their teachers and the industry sponsors that make this a competition success!
The Phoenix Challenge Foundation exists solely through donations made by the flexographic industry to cover operating expenses, scholarships, and to support the Phoenix Challenge Flexo Skills Competition. “We’re proud to support the Phoenix Challenge and its educational mission that advances the flexo industry that has been so good to us,” said Howard Vreeland, Chairman of Anderson & Vreeland, Inc. For more information visit www.phoenixchallenge.org.
Founded in 1998, the Phoenix Challenge Foundation is an all-volunteer not-for-profit organization of industry professionals dedicated to the recruitment and development of the future workforce for flexography. Each year, flexo high school students and teachers from throughout the U.S. and Canada are invited to the Phoenix Challenge, a two and half-day skill-based competition with hands-on and comprehension testing in operating a flexo press, prepress, plate-making, and overall flexo knowledge. Winners are eligible for scholarships funded by the Phoenix Challenge Foundation to encourage students to pursue further education and a career in flexography.