Calling All High School Visionaries!
Are you passionate about shaping a sustainable future? Ready to make your voice heard? Here's your chance to win a $1000 college scholarship in our Sustainability Essay Contest.
Who Can Participate?
High school students like you who are eager to explore sustainable construction-related topics and vie for over $1500 in college scholarships.
When to Dive In:
We start accepting entries on May 15th. Don't miss your chance to contribute to a brighter, more sustainable world.
Beyond the scholarship, this contest offers you the opportunity to:
• Dive into the world of sustainability in the construction industry.
• Develop research skills to understand critical issues and their significance.
• Think creatively about solutions and build a compelling case for them.
• Consider the roadblocks to implementing sustainable solutions.
How to Join the Journey:
Submit your information below to access more details and the submission form. We've provided prompts to inspire you, but feel free to think beyond these ideas.
1. Explore the need for bright minds in the AEC industry to develop the buildings of the future.
2. Identify areas with the greatest need for additional workers in the construction industry. How can these careers be made more enticing to students?
3. Evaluate the environmental impact of your high school or school district. Propose sustainable solutions for water, waste, and energy reduction.
4. Examine the impact of new commercial construction in your area and propose eco-friendly alternatives.
5. Spotlight an outdated product or group of products in sustainable construction technology. How can it be innovated to meet cleaner environmental standards?
6. Create your own idea! Focus on a problem or opportunity within Architecture, Design, Engineering, Construction, or Facility Management and propose sustainable advances.
Seize the Opportunity:
Unleash your creativity and passion for sustainability. Follow the required sections and showcase your unique perspective. Together, let's pave the way for a greener, more sustainable tomorrow.