Students compete to inspire younger students in STEM with videos

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September 08, 2016
Tech Titans’ support of STEM continues to gain momentum. The STEM/Talent Team has introduced a new Tech Titans Video Contest. Sponsored by State Farm, this contest seeks to help fill the Tech Titans resource vault to provide professionals and educators compelling content to share with students.

Videos will target elementary students, describe a technology, create excitement about its future and how they can play a part. Students from grades 6 through college can enter their fun video in one of four technology areas. The areas include Internet of Things, 3D printing, autonomous vehicles or robotics. Winners in each area will win $1,000. Submissions are due by Friday, Oct. 28.

 Volunteers, including technical experts, professionals and video production teams, are needed to help mentor student teams if they ask for help. Judges are also needed to give feedback to our aspiring producers during an evening set aside for judging. Consider donating some time for this effort or sharing this information with another potential volunteer..

If you know any students who are creative, technical, or think video production is in their future, please let them know about this opportunity. A flyer is available to download and send on. The video at the bottom of this page is pretty inspiring itself. 

All information and signups may be found at

Amy Alexander, Director, Marketing and Communications, (972) 792-2862