I BUILT THIS! Video Contest

The I BUILT THIS! Video Contest is BACK in 2020!

The sixth annual I BUILT THIS! video contest, presented by NCCER and Build Your Future, is returning this October!

Designed to promote the value of craft skills and construction as an industry of choice, the contest encourages secondary and postsecondary students and trainees to showcase their building projects. 

For the first time, the I BUILT THIS! Contest has a special theme for 2020:
“Construction is Everywhere!”

This year has brought some unique circumstances into the lives of students, trainees and instructors. But while education and training may look and feel different, the building skills remain critical to our future.  

 

The contest will be open for entries Beginning October 1, 2020. Start preparing now!
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Contest Categories

Secondary

  • 1st Place
  • Runner-Up

Postsecondary

  • 1st Place
  • Runner-Up

Popular Vote

  • People’s Choice Winner

Contest Rules

Scoring Rubric

 

Compete for a chance to win great prizes!
Official prize list coming soon.

2019 Winners

Individual Secondary

Joey Arrington, Carroll County Career and Technology Center

Group Secondary

Jordan Stambaugh & Gavin Rouse, Carroll County Career and Technology Center

Individual Postsecondary

Russ Jackson, Southern Air Apprenticeship Program: Wheels of Learning

Group Postsecondary

Moshe Udy & Curtis Choi, ABC Southern California

People’s Choice

Jose Torres, Virgilio Morales, Eddie Torres, Jose Gomez & Tony Rodriguez, Milby High School

2018 Winners

Individual Secondary

Michael Fulton
Carroll County Career and Technology Center

Group Secondary

Joseph Petrowicz, Dai Wei Chen, Sara Warthen
Carroll County Career and Technology Center

Individual Postsecondary

Tyrique Johnson
ABC of Metro Washington, NCCER HVAC Apprenticeship Program

Group Postsecondary

Russ Jackson, James Kelso, Mike Mann,
Nathan McMurray, Jared Lowell, Southern Air Apprenticeship Program

People’s Choice

Rossy Ballesteros, Columbus Career & College Academy

2017 Winners

1st Place Secondary

Dalton Yingling, Carroll County Career and Technology Center, Welding Technology

2nd Place Secondary

Andrea Nguyen, Jerry Rodriguez, Grant Huber & Carlos Zambrano, Dr. Kirk Lewis Career & Technical High School

1st Place Postsecondary

Russ Jackson,
Southern Air Apprenticeship Program

2nd Place Postsecondary

Alexander Lopez, ABC of Metro Washington, NCCER Pipefitter Apprenticeship Program

2016 Winners

1st Place Secondary

Max Roeder,
Springdale District Television

2nd Place Secondary

Simon Anderson, Mahomet-Seymour High School

1st Place Postsecondary

Sebastian Diffey, North Arkansas College

Honorable Mention

Hunter Alums, Uncommon Construction

2015 Winners

1st Place Secondary

Earl Warren, High School NISD

2nd Place Secondary

Mahomet-Seymour High School

1st Place Postsecondary

Drumright Central Technical College

2nd Place Postsecondary

Monongalia Technical Education Center