Sponsors and Partners

Our Deepest Thanks to Our  Sponsors and Partners


We are proud of our relationship with our Premier Sponsor.  Analog Devices is a global leader in the design and manufacturing of analog, mixed signal, and DSP integrated circuits to help solve the toughest engineering challenges.


The California Invention Convention recently announced our exciting new collaboration with the Lemelson-MIT Program (LMIT) in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The Lemelson-MIT Invention Education Program works to inspire and support the development of creative problem solves, inventors and entrepreneurs across the United States through inclusive invention education initiatives.



As our partner, the Society of Women Engineers is offering our schools and students expert advice and support as mentors.

As a mechanism that protects new ideas and investments in innovation and creativity, the USPTO is at the cutting edge of the nation’s technological progress and achievement.


Thcice “original” Invention Convention, the Connecticut Invention Convention has graciously shared their NGSS/Common Core aligned Curricular Resources with us.  Without these resources, we would not have been able to move into our program as quickly and as successfully.

The Santa Cruz County Office of Education has provided  the venue, materials, and administrative support for our Professional Development Days.  Their generosity allowed us to train sccoe-logoover 180 teachers over the past 6 years.



As an affiliate of  The Henry Ford –  the California Invention Convention works with other affiliates throughout the country, sharing ideas and resources. The Henry Ford also provides ongoing support to help make our vision of children throughout California becoming young inventors a reality. Every year, The Henry Ford sponsors the National Invention Convention. In 2022 it will be held in Dearborn, Michagan, from May 31st – June 3rd.



"Kids Inventing Their Future"