STEMVAULT: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Videos for Accessible Understanding of “Locked” Topics.
Help make STEM exciting, understandable, and fun for middle school audiences! Join us on April 8, 2023 for an MIT student video competition and STEM symposium with MIT undergraduate and graduate students, Boston/Cambridge area middle school students symposium, and MITES and MIT friends.
How it works:
MIT undergraduate and graduate students
- Current MIT undergraduate and graduate students are invited to film a 30-60 second video on a STEM topic of your choosing
- Explain the topic and why it is exciting and important in a way that is engaging for middle school students
- Submissions are due by Friday March 31, finalists will be selected between April 2-3; every participant will receive $50 in TechCASH
- Everyone who submits a video is invited to the first STEMVAULT Symposium on Saturday April 8, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm (details to follow).
- Winners will be awarded a STEM grant to give to a middle school of their choice. The first place winner will receive a $3,000 STEM grant and the second place winner will receive a $2,000 STEM grant.
- A total of $10,000 will be awarded to support STEM education at middle schools, including local Boston/Cambridge area schools.
Middle school students in the Boston/Cambridge area
- Save the date! April 8 at MIT for a fun day of learning
- Gather friends, teachers, family members and attend the event
- Learn about interesting topics in science, technology, engineering and mathematics
- Vote for your favorite video
- Meet MITES alumni, MIT graduate students, and social media influencers Malik and Miles
MIT and MITES friends and community members
- All are welcome to attend the symposium on April 8, from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm. Registration form to follow.
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Videos for Accessible Understanding of “Locked” Topics (STEMVAULT) is an MIT student video competition organized by the School of Engineering, MITES, and Malik and Miles.