YouTube Video Contest

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IISE Student Chapters - 2023 Industry Advisory Board
YouTube Video Contest

Deadline: February 20, 2023

Sponsored by Tompkins International

Purpose

To promote the industrial and systems engineering profession to high school students, teachers and college counselors.

Format

Streaming video published to YouTube that complies with fair use of copyrighted materials guidelines in the English language or with English subtitles.

Length

6 minutes maximum; 3 minutes minimum

Content

Create a video presentation which would excite high school students to select ISE as a profession.

Prize

$1,000 for winning video. Additional funds for other placements pending. Funding provided through the sponsorship by Tompkins International. Awards will be presented during the student mixer at the IISE Annual Conference

Conditions

All submitting entries will be judged by an IISE-IAB Committee. Winners will be notified by April 24, 2023All rights for the winning entry will be owned by IISE. Content of production must be submitted in the English speaking language or include English sub-titles and meet fair use of copyrighted material (including background music/songs) guidelines endorsed by "YouTube" or the original author/composer. Only one submission per university campus (if university has campuses in various cities/towns, each campus may submit one entry).

Submittal Address

IISE, Attn: Donna Calvert, COO  
3577 Parkway Lane
Suite 200
Norcross, GA 30092
Email: IAB_You-TubeVideo@iise.org

Send the YouTube link to view your online video and a link for the AVI / MP4 file download or two DVD copies in AVI or MP3/4 format mailed to IISE Headquarters postmarked by the contest deadline.

Insights from the 2022 winners: Purdue University

Annie Johnson and Chloee Robison, industrial engineering students at Purdue University, provide some behind-the-scenes commentary in this edited version of their 2022 winning video. The two Boilermakers explain what attracted them to the field of industrial engineering and what they hope high school students can learn about the profession from their contest team's video.

YouTube Contest Past Winners

2022

Click on the button below to watch our dedicated YouTube playlist featuring the winning videos from more than 10 years of this contest.

YouTube Contest Winners