CSBI STEM Video Voice Competition: Calling Students in Grades 6-12

Students in middle and high school are invited to show, through the arts, how much they love science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Entries are now being accepted for the national STEM Voice Video Competition, which encourages students to make creative videos to show why STEM is important to them, or who their STEM hero is and why.
To participate, students must be in grades 5-12, under 18 years of age and a legal U.S. resident.  Video submissions can include interviews, short stories, animations, or performances of drama or singing, and must correctly identify and explain the acronym for STEM or explore the interdisciplinary nature of STEM.  All videos should be no more than 60 seconds and in a format that can be easily uploaded on the submission form. The deadline to submit videos and applications is Friday, April 17, at 11:59 PST.  Learn more at www.csbinstitutes.org.
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