Project Description

SERVICE TEAMS

STLP students demonstrate their leadership skills when they help run STLP State as members of the Service Teams.

SHOW LEADERSHIP

DISCOVER NEW FRIENDS

RUN STLP STATE

SHARE YOUR SKILLS

Service Team members are carefully selected based on demonstrated skills in key areas. Interviews are conducted at Regionals with only the best invited to help at State. Being invited onto a Service Team means you’ll come to STLP State to meet the rest of your team and to help support the biggest one-day celebration of education technology in Kentucky!

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ENGINEERS

Candidates interview at Regionals | 9-12 Division Only

STLP Engineers are the pinnacle of STLP.  Interview at Regionals. Engineers represent STLP at KySTE and help lead the STLP State Championship. View full description in Section 1B of the STLP Super Sheet

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LIVE PRODUCTION

Candidates interview at Regionals | K-5 and 6-8 Division Only

Live Production Team candidates come prepared to interview at Regional share how they have participated in various live productions  (news broadcasts, podcasts, web series, etc.) to help their school or community.  Those selected will serve as a member of the Live Production Team at STLP State. Category is BYOD. View rubric via STLP Super Sheet

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MEDIA ARTS

Candidates interview at Regionals |  6-8 and 9-12 Division Only

Media Arts Team candidates come prepared to share how they uses media production (video, audio, podcasts, webpages, etc.) to help their school or community. Those selected will come to STLP State to serve on the Media Arts Team and produce highlight videos to showcase the event. Link here to check out the Media Arts Team videos from STLP19 State. Category is BYOD. View rubric via STLP Super Sheet

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SOCIAL MEDIA

Candidates interview at Regionals |608 and 9-12 Division Only

Live Production Team candidates come prepared to share how they have utilized social media outlets (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, etc.) to help their school or community. Those invited will serve on the Social Media Team at STLP State and help tell the story of the event and help update the live Wall of Winners. View rubric via STLP Super Sheet

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BLOGGER CORPS

Candidates submit sample work during DPOJ judging | 6-8 and 9-12 Division Only

STLP Blogger Corps members writes media rich stories live throughout the day at STLP State to be published on the STLP website. Blogger Corps members are skilled at using writing and media skills to capture events. .

Candidates should come to STLP Regionals to gather material to write a sample blog post. Then the finished blog post is submitted for consideration as part of the DPOJ registration process. View rubric via Section 2B on the STLP Super Sheet.

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PHOTOJOURNALISTS

Submit sample work as part of DPOJ registration | 9-12 Division Only

Are you the kind of photographer that still uses an actual camera? Are you comfortable getting into the middle of the action to get a great shot? You might be perfect to join the STLP Photojournalist Team at State.

Submit sample photos via DPOJ registration to be considered for selection to serve on Photojournalist Team at State. Photojournalists work independently at State to capture imagery for use in STLP resources. Photojournalist works will then be utilized to update the STLP website. Category is BYOD. View rubric via Section 2B on the STLP Super Sheet.

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BLOCK CODE CREW

Candidates submit video during DPOJ judging | 6-8 and 9-12 Division Only

Students that are comfortable with advanced block coding will have the opportunity to demonstrate their skills during State Championship as a part of a team that rotates to assist visitors in STLP Robot World. To apply, students will submit a short video demonstration of their ability to effectively and efficiently explain the concepts of block coding to their peers.

Block Code Crew gives students an opportunity to display their ability to the large audience that State Championship provides and to interact with students across the state, encouraging others to explore and create with block coding and answering questions as needed. View rubric via Section 2B on the STLP Super Sheet.

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ABOUT SERVICE TEAMS

Important: All Service Team candidates, if selected after their interview at Regionals or after judging their DPOJ entries, will need to commit to attending STLP State as a member of their specific service team. This is an all day commitment at State… there will likely not be enough time to be part of a project team or enter other competitions. So, think carefully before applying for a spot on a Service Team.

There is no additional competition at State.

Instead, that is where the “Service “ aspect comes into play.  Once you make it to State as part of a Service Team, you’ll spend your time in Rupp/Lex Center helping to run the event and contribute to your team’s assignment.

All Service Team members will be recognized on stage during the STLP State Awards Show and they will receive an award commemorating their service to STLP.  Include the STLP Awards Show in your planning for State.

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