Tuesday, Apr 18, 7:00 pm

It’s Skagit STEM Network’s “I Am STEM  -Three-Minute Video Contest” open to high school student filmmakers.
Cash prizes? You bet! All films screening at the Lincoln Theatre in Mount Vernon? Absolutely! Will you become a rich and famous filmmaker? Maybe.
High School students are invited to create a 3-minute “documentary” to showcase the people and places where STEM jobs are happening in our region and our thriving STEM economy. It can also showcase opportunities for future employment and family wage jobs. Films must be shot in Skagit, Island, Snohomish or Whatcom Counties.
Today, our region’s STEM economy can be seen in our businesses, health care industry, family farms, wineries, environmental service companies, IT jobs, high tech companies, construction and manufacturing firms and other businesses and government agencies.
Films will be judged by film industry, media and business representatives
To Enter
Participants in the contest will work on their films from February - March 31, 2017. Films and release forms must be submitted by 5 p.m., March 31. All entries must be suitable for all audiences.
Multiple entries may be submitted from each participating high school. Multiple entries from a student or a film making team are accepted, provided that each film is entered separately.
To enter, fill out the stuff here.
P.S. Send us your photos of your produciton work and filming. We'll use the best at the Lincoln screening! 
Cost to Enter?
Zip. There is no cost to enter.
The Screening at the Lincoln
All submitted films will be screened at the historic Lincoln Theatre beginning at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 18. Admission is free! Doors open at 6 p.m. for the reception.
First prize to the winning filmmaking team:            $250
Second prize:                                                   $150
Third prize:                                                      $100
People’s Choice Award                                                                                         
The audience at the Lincoln will also be voting on their favorite film and the audience will choose the special People’s Choice Award winner.
Wait. There’s More!
All films will be uploaded to the Skagit STEM Network YouTube Channel and will be promoted through social media and other marketing channels.
More Info?
Check out the Rules and Release Forms.
The Skagit STEM Network and the Sedro-Woolley School District.
Steve McCartt
Multimedia Teacher
Sedro-Woolley High School
Phone: 360-855-4007
E-Mail:  smccartt@swsd.k12.wa.us