CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNING TEAMS!
The winner of the Best in Grades K-5 $250 Prize is: Team Let’s Learn About Coal with Maddox, Carson & Evan
The winner of the Best in Grades 6-8 $250 Prize is: Team The Clever Copper Shopper
The winner of the Best in Grades 9-12 $250 Prize is: Team Mara—Iron Mining
The winner of the People’s Choice Award $500 Prize, with 1,308 votes, is: Team Mining Rocks
And, the winner of the Best Overall $1,000 Prize is . . .Team Let’s Learn about Coal with Maddox, Carson & Evan!
Here, Robert Murray explains how coal is used to his grandson Evan Murray and friends Carson Sauvageot and Maddox Ochap:
Thank you to all of our contestants for creating videos that explain why mining is important in our lives! Thank you also to our Move Mining Next Gen overall sponsor Komatsu.
Go to MoveMiningNextGen.org to see the videos. The contest will open again in fall for the next round so get your ideas ready!
CELEBRATE THE MOVE MINING SEASON 3 WINNING TEAM
Please join us in congratulating Team Mine2Me, the winners of the Season 3 Move Mining competition. Presenting before a live audience and broadcast to viewers throughout the world on Facebook live, this team of three students from Canada — Kwan Fung, Robert Fuerderer, and Retsepile Sello — shared their idea on how to change the public’s perception of mining.
Team Mine2Me presented their plan to develop short, video infographics on YouTube that can be shared on Facebook and on other social media platforms to reach a wide audience. They took home the grand prize of $5,000 for their creativity, hard work and focus.
The support of Move Mining’s Overall Sponsor Komatsu has been indispensable throughout this program.
All five finalist teams from three countries, with members from several more countries, pitched their ideas to the expert judges in the Move Mining live event. Watch their presentations at Facebook.com/SocietyFor Mining made possible by Newmont Mining.
Thanks also to I Love Move Mining Sponsor Coeur Mining.
Go to MoveMining.org to learn more and view the five finalist videos. The contest will re-open in the fall.