February is Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month, and the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) is partnering with NASA HUNCH to promote CTE through a student video contest.
This is the third year for the Student Video Challenge. This year’s theme is “Advancing Space Exploration Through Manufacturing.” Videos should feature a manufacturing project or future scenario in which advances in health care, transportation, family and consumer sciences, energy, robotics and other fields could advance understanding of life and work in space.
The deadline to submit a video is April 1. Complete details and entry information are available on the ACTE website.
The contest is open to students of all ages, including elementary, middle school, high school and postsecondary students in any CTE or project-based class or program, or NASA HUNCH school. Students may enter as individuals or as a team.