FFA STEM CONTEST
What is the Texas FFA Contest?
We are excited to partner with the Texas FFA to showcase and award leading-edge STEM projects created by FFA students through the form of the Texas FFA contest. Texas FFA students can submit current or new STEM-related projects to be eligible to enter the contest.
We are proud supporters of the Texas FFA and are excited to highlight the extraordinary talents, work ethic and creativity these students exemplify and have in store for the future of Texas. Learn more about our Texas FFA partnership here.
What is a STEM-Related Project?
A STEM-Related project is any project tied to:
- Science - Agriscience, Conservation, Genetics, etc.
- Technology - Social Media, Artificial Intelligence, Programming, etc.
- Engineering - Robotics, Structural Design, Ergonomics, Efficiencies, etc.
- Mathematics - Farm and Ranch Management, Design/Geometry, Data Analysis, etc.
How can students enter the contest?
To enter, students or a group of students must submit a video highlighting a STEM-related project being worked on in 2021. Students can create something completely new or submit an existing project already in the works. We encourage students to be creative and have fun. Video submissions can in the form of a formal presentation or they can be more fun, like a comedy with music. Be creative.
What do the winners receive?
Winners and their teacher will win a special Justin Boots package, including a pair of Justin Boots and other Justin Boots accessories and apparel.
The winning video will be shown at the Texas FFA State Convention in Fort Worth and on several digital locations including but not limited to the Justin Boots and Texas FFA’s websites and social media accounts and in classrooms across Texas!
When is the submission deadline?
Submissions must be made by no later than Tuesday, June 1, 2021 to be eligible to win.
What are the submission specifications?
Submissions must be in the form of a MP4 video format under 10 minutes long.
For the official contest rules click here. Full FFA STEM Contest Rules