Drum roll please…After lots of hard work and innovation, this middle school film crew’s i5 Digital Video Competition video is ready!

Early this month, an amateur film crew comprised of middle school students from South Fayette made Inventionland the set of their very own five-minute feature film.

As part of the Carnegie Science Center’s i5 Digital Video Competition, the students were tasked with showcasing the uses of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) in their lives. To do this, they chose to explore innovations, issues, individuals, inspiring careers and incredible income potential at Inventionland.

While on set, they interviewed Inventionland personnel and shot some video around our creative design facility. Now, their video is complete and they’ve submitted it to the competition.

As promised, they’ve also shared their i5 video with us. Here’s an exclusive first look at their film, “STEM in my Future”:

Their video not only showcases the importance that STEM plays around Inventionland, but it also shows how adding art and creativity to the mix really gives new innovations STEAM!

We can help give the South Fayette team a little STEAM in the Carnegie Science Center’s i5 Digital Video Competition, too.

Voting for the competition’s Viewer’s Choice Award is going on now through April 12th. To cast your vote for “STEM in my Future”, click here. Once you’re at the site, click to view films and “like” the video! It’s that easy to support these students and STEAM in their education!

Winners of the Carnegie Science Center’s i5 Digital Video Competition will be announced at an April 23rd awards ceremony at the Carnegie Science Center’s OMNIMAX Theater. Best of luck to the South Fayette team on a truly creative and innovative look at STEAM around Inventionland!

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