STEM Voice™ Video Competition
The STEM Voice™ Video Competition is nationwide opportunity for students in grades 5 - 12 to artistically explore the importance of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). The competition encourages creativity and the use of video to show how much students love STEM. Act it out, create an animation, sing it - but make sure it is appropriate for all ages.
One semifinalist from middle school (grades 5-8) and one semifinalist from high school (grades 9-12) will be selected from each of the three regions. One National Grand Prize Winner will be selected from each of the semifinalist categories.
NEW For 2016 - Group entries are now being accepted!
Group entries must be part of a class project or school-affiliated club. Regional semi-finalists and one National Grand Prize group winners will be selected and award cash prizes to support the club and/or classroom STEM-related project materials.
Entries will be accepted via this online form until April 18, 2016, 11:59PM PST.
TO ENTER THE COMPETITION:
Step 1: Be Creative. Tell us why STEM is important to you – OR - who your STEM hero is and why. Also be sure to include in your video what STEM is - OR - explore the interdisciplinary nature of STEM.
Step 2: Create your video! Your video will be available on the CSBI website after uploading. Videos over 60 seconds will receive a zero, so make sure you’re under a minute!
Step 3: Complete the application and upload your video. This application is required for all submissions. Please fill out the form with a parent, legal guardian or school representative - they will need to consent to a multimedia release and accept the terms and conditions. Once we announce the Regional Semifinalists we will add your video to our playlist housed at the Coalition of State Bioscience Institutes (CSBI) website.
View STEMVoice Competition information here.