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The Innovative Manufacturers’ Center (IMC) is proud to announce online voting for the 2nd year of the “What’s So Cool About Manufacturing?” (WSCM) Central Susquehanna student video contest. Voting will commence Tuesday, March 29, 12:01AM, and remain open until Thursday, March 31, 11:59PM, on Central Susquehanna’s contest page here. The winner will be announced during an awards event to be held April 25th.
Regional school districts participating in this year’s video contest include Central Columbia, Danville, Lewisburg, Millville, Selinsgrove, Warrior Run and Williamsport.
Student videos compete for the most votes to win the coveted “Viewers Choice Award.” The videos will also be reviewed by a panel of judges for awards in three other categories, including Outstanding Overall Program, Outstanding Team Spirit and Outstanding Brand Placement.
“We are excited to see our school districts and communities participate and support the hard work the students, teachers and manufacturers have put into this program,” said Lauri Moon, Co-Manager of the Central Susquehanna WSCM regional contest. “Online voting affords everyone the opportunity to participate and see the videos while further spreading the message about cool career opportunities in local manufacturing.”
The WSCM program was created to generate excitement that draws students toward STEM education opportunities and to consider manufacturing career paths as they engage with local manufacturers, recording and presenting their experiences in an educational and “cool” way through documentary video production.
WSCM Central Susquehanna will choose two videos to represent the region in the 9th Annual “What’s So Cool About Manufacturing?” PA Statewide Awards May 18th in Harrisburg.
About “What’s So Cool About Manufacturing”:
Developed by Manufacturers Resource Center (MRC), WSCM program is a video based educational tool that increases awareness of career paths in manufacturing. MRC developed this innovative career awareness program that at its core is “peer marketing” (kids telling kids what’s so cool about manufacturing jobs). The contest is showcased on the What’s So Cool website and
This contest gives students the opportunity to connect with local manufacturers, document their experiences and present them in an educational and “cool” way. The contest was created to generate excitement that draws students towards manufacturing career paths, and CTE and STEM education.
For more information, visit whatssocool.org.