PCHS wins STEM contest
This contest serves as an opportunity to highlight innovative and creative things that kids are doing in science, technology, engineering, or math (a.k.a. STEM).
The winners of The STEM Innovation Hub’s 2013 Summer Video Contest are Polk County High School students Corey Phillips and Makenzie Goodness. This contest serves as an opportunity to highlight innovative and creative things that kids are doing in science, technology, engineering, or math (a.k.a. STEM). Winning videos were chosen based on ingenuity of the video topic, professionalism in filming and editing, creativity, use of special effects, and school/community collaboration.
The Southeast Tennessee STEM Innovation Hub expands STEM education for all students in our region. By uniting K-12 schoois, colleges, nonprofits and business partners in a cooperative effort, we leverage resources and give our students educational experiences that will prepare them for the STEM job opportunities of the future.
The 2013 Summer Video Contest winning videos will be featured on the new Innovate Education Channel, which can be viewed online or through Comcast’s OnDemand system.
Contact Tracey Carisch, Managing Director of STEM Innovation Hub, for more information about this contest and our regional STEM Initiative: 423.903.3484 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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