We are no longer accepting applications for 2015.
Check back in late 2015 for details regarding the 2016 competition.
About the Competition
The STEM Voice Video Competition is nation-wide opportunity for kids in grades 5-12 to artistically explore the importance of STEM. The competition is managed by the Coalition of State Bioscience Institutes, CSBI, a group of non-profits focused on life sciences education, entrepreneurship and workforce development. A special thanks to the Amgen Foundation for supporting the Coalition of State Bioscience Institutes and its programs.
The competition encourages you to be creative and use video to show how much you love STEM. Act it out, create an animation, sing it but, make sure it is appropriate for all ages. One semi-finalist from Middle School (grades 5-8) and one semifinalist from High School (grades 9-12) will be selected from each of the three regions. Each semifinalist (6 total) will receive a $500 cash award. Two grand prize winners (one from Middle School and one from High School) will receive $1,000 cash awards.
2015 STEM VOICE WINNERS
Click here to view the StemVoice 2015 Winner Press Release
Click here to visit the CSBI web page which lists all the national and regional winners
Click here to view the CSBI YouTube page and see all the video submissions
• Must be in grades 5 – 12 and under 18 years of age;
• Middle School contest is for students grades 5-8; High School contest is for students grades 9-12;
• United States legal resident;
• Cannot be related to employees of STEM Voice™ Video Competition Administration
Please contact your Regional Coordinator if you have any questions. Coordinators are listed at the CSBI website: http://www.csbinstitutes.org/go.cfm?do=Page.View&pid=13