Challenge Yourself. Change The World. (...and win big!)


With KnoPro, high school students solve real-world problems they care about (in teams or solo!); build in-demand skills for resumes or college applications; AND earn points that convert to prizes and cash.

New Challenge Alert!

Looking for real-world experiences to make your college application and resume stand out? Challenges are competitions you can do on a team or solo—in school or out!—where big money's on the line just by helping solve a pressing industry or community problem with your real-life knohow.

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Rethinking Civic Engagement with Tech Innovation

March 4 - April 5, 2024 Get ready for some political fireworks with the presidential e...Read More

+400 Points



5 weeks Challenge
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Daily Skillbuilders

Try a Daily Skillbuilder for a chance to win prizes

Show off your knohow for points and prizes in as little as 10 minutes each day!

Level-up your skills and career knowledge in fields like marketing, finance and healthcare by creating TikTok videos, persuasive emails and more!

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Survey Teens

Effort: 10 minutes
Researchers have found that the number of American teens who smoke or have even tried ...Read More
10 points
(1) $100 gift card winner
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