National Youth Safety Video Contest
How does winning a $2,500 scholarship sound? What about winning $5,000 for your school classroom? It’s possible and all you need to do is to create a video highlighting the importance of youth safety in the workplace. “This is an opportunity for students to tap into their creativity to make a fun, dynamic, and most importantly, educational video that demonstrates safety in the workplace,” says Katie George, Deputy Program Manager of CareerSafe®, sponsor of the video contest.
Who: All Career and Technical Education (CTE) students in middle/junior high and high school.
What: National Youth Safety Video Contest.
Where: Winners will be announced June 26, 2013 at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference in Kansas City, Missouri.
When: Videos must be submitted and postmarked by Friday, March 1, 2013.
How: Work independently or as a team. (A team may be comprised of one to five members.)
> Video must be created by the entrant.
> Video must convey a message related to youth safety in the workplace.
> Videos may not have been previously submitted, distributed, aired, or have won any other award in any other competition.
> Upload video to YouTube and submit URL with entry form.
> Click HERE for submission package information and details.
> Must be a CTE student and a legal resident of the United States, age 13 years or older.
> Each entry must have a sponsor (e.g. teacher, mentor, advisor, or parent/guardian.)
> Limit one entry per team. (A team may be comprised of one to five members.)
> Read contest rules.
$2,500 scholarship and $5,000 cash prize
$2,000 scholarship and $3,500 cash prize
$1,500 scholarship and $2,000 cash prize
For more information email the CareerSafe® contest team at firstname.lastname@example.org.