National Youth Safety Video Contest
On June 26, 2013, the winners of the 2013 National Youth Safety Video Contest were announced at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference in Kansas City, Missouri. Congratulations to the winners!
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 email@example.com.