ASEA Competitions!

Tooth Pick Competition

ASEA Annual Toothpick Design Competition:
Saturday March 7th 2020 at 8:00 AM.
a. Location: Citrus College, Competition to be judged at noon
b. Winners to be announced at 2020 Student Award Banquet



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Toothpick Design Competition

Sixth Amber Haack Memorial Scholarship Essay Competition

Essay Prompt

“What does architecture and engineering mean to you right now? How
do you see sustainability and technology influencing the future of
engineering and architecture? What is your vision for the future of these
two disciplines?”

a. Essay due day Friday March 13th 2020

email essays to
b. The best eight to ten essays will be selected with those finalist
students invited to be interviewed and to compete
c. Finalist Interview on Postponed Until Further Notice



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Amber Haack Memorial Essay Competition

ASEA Design Competition

Students will enter the ASEA design competition with their most recent
Semester/Quarter design project that is/was within the school’s class
The dates for the initial submission and the presentation are the following:

Open Call Design Competition Criteria:
Digital presentation to be sent to ASEA on or before Canceled Upload PDF Files Only to the following link: 2019-2020 ASEA Design Competition. Once in the link, right click and create a Folder, name the Folder with your Name and School and drop your pdf files in.
Verbal presentations to the ASEA Board is Canceled

Design Competition Criteria to be announced soon!

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