ARE YOU CURRENTLY PURSUING A CAREER IN THE ENGINEERING PROFESSION?

We are excited to announce that we will be holding our 2nd  annual ASEE Student Video contest: Engineering Careers & YOU! This year we would like to open our contest to any undergraduate students, as well as graduate students, currently enrolled at an accredited college or university. Registration closes January 31, 2020 at 11:59PM EST.

As you create your video, please tell us why you are pursuing a career in the engineering profession. We are excited to hear your story so be as creative as possible! The topic is very broad as we would like each submission to be as unique as you are. Video submissions should not exceed 90 seconds. You may do this individually or with a team. The first place winner(s) will be presented at the 2020 ASEE Annual Conference in Montreal, Canada.

We look forward to hearing your story!
THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND

Tell us a story about why you are pursuing a career in the engineering profession.  This topic is very broad as we would like each submission to be as unique as you are!

Top Prizes

First Place:
$3,000 cash prize and a trip to our Annual Conference in June 2020

Second Place:
$1,500 cash prize

Third Place:
$500 cash prize

Important Dates

Registration opens:
December 5, 2019

Registration closes:
January 31, 2020 (Applications must be submitted by 11:59 PM EST)

Submission Deadline:
March 6, 2020 (Entries must be submitted by 11:59 PM EST)

Judging period:
March 6 – April 3, 2020

Winners announced:
April 10, 2020

Winners awarded at the ASEE Annual Conference in Montreal in June 2020.

Uploading Guidelines

Limit one (1) entry per person or team 

The video should be no longer than 90 seconds in length

To upload your video:

  1. Use a platform of your choice (YouTube, Vimeo, ect)
  2.  Email one copy and a link to your video to contest@asee.org by March 6, 2020

When sending your email, please use “ASEE Video Contest” in the subject line

HOW YOU'LL BE JUDGED

Content

Did the video demonstrate why you are pursuing a career in the engineering profession?

Did the video include enough supporting information to tie in the theme?


Creativity

Did the video show authenticity?

Did the viewer’s take interest in the video?


Technical Specs

Focus and Audio

Transitions and Editing

Did the video meet the technical requirements? (<90 seconds in length, uploaded on time)

Rubric

Point System:

0 – None

1 – Moderate

2 – Strong

3 – Above & Beyond

View Sample Rubric