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NASA HUNCH VIDEO & MEDIA

The HUNCH video challenge serves as an avenue for media students to utilize their interest and knowledge of media production to learn more about NASA’s mission, and share their knowledge with others. HUNCH is interested in expanding our video challenge to even more schools, so sign up!

High School Students United with NASA to Create Hardware (HUNCH) and the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) is a way for students of all skill levels and grades to develop innovative, educational videos to inspire and educate the next generation of explorers about NASA’s missions and STEM careers needed to accomplish these missions. It is our goal to acquire the best videos from schools across the country to be shown in classrooms across the country and at various NASA and ACTE events.

2022 VIDEO CHALLENGE Information


Theme: What is the purpose of NASA?




* HUNCH is interested in expanding our video challenge to even more schools, seeking more sponsors and volunteers so please sign up!

2021 VIDEO CHALLENGE WINNERS


Theme: How can Space Exploration Solve Climate Change?



2021 Most Inspirational

Most inspirational video communicating how can space exploration solve climate change was submitted by Porter Ridge High School. Instructed by Joe Dennis.

2021 Most Educational

Most educational video communicating how can space exploration solve climate change was submitted by Rancho High School. Instructed by Jason Flener.

2021 Most Creative

Most creative video communicating how can space exploration solve climate change was submitted by Eastern Florida State College. Instructed by Karla Roberts.

2020 VIDEO CHALLENGE WINNERS

2020 Video Challenge Winner

Most creative video communicating the efforts and accomplishments of the HUNCH Program was submitted by North Oconee High School Engineering Department.

2020 Video Challenge Winner

Most creative video communicating the efforts and accomplishments of the HUNCH Program was submitted by North Oconee High School Engineering Department.

POINTS OF CONTACT

Flo Gold

Video & Media

florence.v.gold@nasa.gov

281-483-9329

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