ACTE and NASA HUNCH host the fifth student video challenge, offering students the opportunity to showcase the application of career and technical education (CTE) and project-based learning programs in high-demand 21st century career fields on Earth as well as in space. The hope for this video challenge is to inspire students by sparking their imagination and creativity as well as broadening their knowledge about STEM careers.
This year’s video challenge is calling on students to showcase CTE courses and careers that are and will be needed to help fulfill current and future NASA missions. The contest is open to students of all ages, including elementary, middle school, high school and postsecondary students in any CTE or project-based (hands-on) class or program, or NASA HUNCH school. Students may enter as individuals or as a team. However, students can submit only one video per year.
We encourage students to watch the example videos and read the submission guidelines