ARTBA's Student Transportation Video Contest

$500

August 29, 2019

Awards Available: 4

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  • Scholarship Description
  • There has been a lot of talk about transportation and infrastructure lately, ranging from debates in high school to debates in Congress. The American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) would like to know what you think.

    The top two student videos (one winner in each category), as selected by ARTBA, will each be awarded a $500 cash prize. The winners, along with other submitted videos, may be shown at the ARTBA National Convention. Entrants may work in teams, but only one prize is awarded per video. Submitted videos may also be featured on the ARTBA website, screened on YouTube, and/or other promotional venues. Entrants should create an original two (2) to four (4) minute video examining any aspect of transportation in the United States. Some suggested topics include:

    -U.S. Transportation Infrastructure 101
    -How infrastructure is built and paid for
    -What are the costs and financing needs of transportation infrastructure
    -What are the impacts of congestion and changing travel demands
    -What are the "man on the street" impressions of the industry versus reality
    -Recent transportation and urban design/development patterns

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Lital Shair Nada
  • 1219 28th Street
  • Washington, DC 20007
  • lnada@artba.org
  • 202-289-4434

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Annamarie T  on 5/14/2018 6:39:42 AM

I have not yet applied but I am willing to apply, I am at tertiary level in college and I'm doing my first year.. I would love to apply for the scholarship although I'm in South Africa

Teanna B  on 8/18/2016 12:33:52 PM

i have not yet apply but i am so willing too tho i kind like get a jiff what it is about i'm Teanna i'm 16 i'm still in high school and would love to apply but when im finish high school tho only if u guys are allowing hihg school sudents to apply

Anel E  on 2/29/2016 10:27:03 AM

I'm a single mother of four boys. I work a full time job and I attend school full time in the evenings (online classes). The grants that are available to me are exceeded and the balance owed to the University to complete my education is owed by me. Winning this scholarship would be a great financial help in my home. Thank you and Good Luck to everyone applying.

Richard C  on 8/1/2015 7:09:23 PM

There's a typo on the deadline up there, it's actually due August 31st, not August 1st; check the scholarship page. Anyone who wants to do this still has another month.

jennifer r  on 7/23/2015 7:32:12 AM

It's a little late for me but I am in the industry so I am willing to make a go at it! Even while working full time!

Kaitlyn R  on 7/3/2015 7:06:09 PM

We give it a shot

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