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Drive2Life Contest

$1,000

February 04, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Challenge your students to enter the Drive2Life Contest by creating a script or storyboard for a 30-second public service announcement (PSA). Applicants must be in grades 6-12 and must create a storyboard or written script on 8.5x11-inch paper for a 30-second public service announcement. The grand prize will be a $1,000 scholarship and a trip to New York city, where the winner will film the PSA. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Office 512
  • New York , NY 10012

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Nadia E  on 1/8/2020 10:31:55 PM

Where do we submit our finalized script?

Thomas C  on 1/20/2018 2:27:10 PM

Is the PSA about distracted walking or distracted driving? What is the answer?

11/28/2017 1:41:28 PM

The description of the Drive2Life scholarship first states that the PSA is for preventing "distracted walking". Then it says to create a PSA for preventing "distracted driving"! Both can be dangerous....

11/27/2017 3:03:17 PM

According to what I read in the official rules, the trip is fully payed for, but only up to a certain price, then it would have to be an "out of pocket" expense.

Lieza K  on 1/30/2017 12:29:35 PM

The trip to New York is covered, right? Does the winner have to pay?

Harpreet K  on 5/13/2016 8:58:06 PM

This is a very creative scholarship idea

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