The National Inventors Hall of Fame Inductees includes includes many recognizable names, including Alexander Graham Bell, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, Orville & Wilbur Wright, and Frank J. Zamboni.
The National Inventors Hall of Fame was founded in 1973 in a partnership with the United States Patent and Trademark Office to honor innovators that advance the greatest technological achievements in the United States. The have evolved to be the leading nonprofit providing invention education, competitions and events.
The National Inventors Hall of Fame provides summer and after school camps for children in grade 6 or younger that encourages innovative thinking through open ended experiences to grow confidences, persistence and problem-solving skills. Programs for middle-school and older students continue to build innovation instincts, confidence, entrepreneurship skills while developing leadership.