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Project Yellow Light/Hunter Garner Video Scholarship

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April 01, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Project Yellow Light is a scholarship competition designed to bring about change. As an applicant you have one clear mission: encourage your peers to develop and embrace safe driving habits. This competition has two levels, one for high school juniors and seniors (or the equivalent thereof) between the ages of 14 and 20 at the time of entry ("HS Contest") and one for undergraduate college students between the ages of 15 and 25 at the time of entry ("College Contest"). Applicants must be legal US residents. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • One Shockoe Plaza
  • Richmond, VA 23219
  • 804-698-8203

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Alexandra O  on 4/1/2020 6:02:18 PM

I just applied and I'm so excited to hear back!

Salette R  on 2/18/2020 11:19:28 PM

I AM SO EXCITED, I already have the script for my video planned out!!! Can't wait to create it and turn it in.

Kimberly S  on 2/23/2016 12:05:43 AM

So can you apply for this scholarship if you are a college junior? It says, "For both the high school and college contests..."

Kayme C  on 1/5/2016 9:31:50 PM

I wish it wasn't just for high school seniors. College kids are great at videos, too!

parris w  on 3/1/2015 6:54:01 PM

wow! i think I'll make a song and sing it for this one! :D

assilem w  on 1/13/2015 10:01:54 AM

This particular one sounds fun and interesting :)

Michael C  on 1/20/2014 1:48:49 PM

As a film major, I say keep these video contests coming!!!

Sally S  on 3/12/2012 7:29:25 PM

This one was fun :)

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