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Change the Future of Aerospace Engineering!

Studies show girls don’t pursue a career in Aerospace Engineering because they’re told they can’t. Without women in this field, girls and young women do not see role models when they show an interest and passion. Or they simply do not know that the field is an option for them, The good news is we can change this entire problem by showing girls and young women they are not alone in their interests!

Calling for Submissions!

We need every woman’s voice and experience to be heard! We aim to show the power of experience in a girl’s life in pursuing a career in STEM.

Video Submission Form
  1. All entries must be in digital video format.
  2. Each entry must focus on the entry interview questions. Before answering questions, state your first name, degree, and workplace (if allowed). Then answer the following questions:
    • When you were a kid, did you like STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math)? Why or why not?
    • As a child, did you know about aerospace engineering?
    • Why did you choose to be an engineer?
    • What do you do for your job?
    • Do you feel there is a gender gap in STEM fields, especially aerospace engineering?
    • What is it like being a woman in engineering?
    • What’s your favorite part of your job?
    • Do you have any advice for girls seeking to go into aerospace engineering?
  3. All submissions must only have one individual per shot.
  4. The length of the video should be at most 20 minutes. The format of the video should be H264 MP4.
  5. All entries must be submitted in digital format and uploaded below.
  6. No copyrighted materials (music, images, etc.) may be used. Please keep the interview to reflect the questions. You may show yourself doing something engineering-related, such as a rocket launch experiment.
  7. All portions of the online entry form must be completed when you submit your video.
  8. You must signed Media Release Form at the bottom for the person in the video. Forms should be scanned/emailed to
  9. Content must comply with all local and national laws of the country of origin and the United States. Content must not 1) promote illegal behavior; 2) support racial, religious, sexual, or other unfair prejudice; 3) advocate sexual or violent exploitation; 4) violate rights established by law or agreement; 5) invade the privacy of any person; or 6) be otherwise inappropriate as determined by Population Connection in its sole and conclusive determination.
  10. Not all video submissions will be used. Decisions on videos will be made based on the number of submissions. Videos will be uploaded to the website and/or YouTube to promote girls in aerospace engineering.
  11. The only compensation for submitting a video is the opportunity to help promote aerospace engineering awareness within the community. Girls Rock-et will pay no additional compensation nor be liable to the filmmaker under any circumstances.
  12. All entries must be submitted in English.
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Girls Rock-et Media Release

I hereby consent that my name, image, and likeness, as shown in videotapes, photographs, motion picture film, and/or electronic images in which it appears, and/or audio recording made of my voice, may be used by Madeleine Coote for Girls Rock-et in whatever way she desires, including her website. Furthermore, I hereby consent that such photographs, films, recordings, and electronic images shall be her sole property, and shall have the right to sell, duplicate, reproduce, and make other uses of such photographs, films, recordings, electronic images, plates, tapes, and software as she may desire free and clear of any claim whatsoever on my part.