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President’s apprentices call for ‘I love civil engineering videos’

ICE President Geoff French’s apprentices have made a final call for entries for their “I Love Civil Engineering” video competition.

The competition is open to anyone. Entrants must use a 60 second You Tube video or six second Vine loop to explain why they love civil engineering.

The ICE is offering prizes for the best YouTube, best Vine, and most creative videos.

The competition seeks to demonstrate the excitement of civil engineering and the career opportunities it offers.

Entries will be used to promote civil engineering to school students in years 12 and 13 and to apprentices and undergraduates.

The President’s apprentices have made a “how to” video to help entrants develop their ideas. Entrants could elaborate on the most exciting experience of their career; provide advice for young people considering entering the profession; or explain the opportunities that have arisen directly from choosing civil engineering as a career.

  • Entries can be submitted by uploading a YouTube or Vine video and emailing the link to
  • More information about the competition is at
  • Winners of the best YouTube and best Vine categories will get an iPad Mini, while the “most creative” winner will get a GoPro camera. A panel of expert judges will review submissions after the deadline on the 26 of September, and announce winners in the autumn.

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