Create Real Impact Contest


November 12, 2020

Awards Available: 12

  • Scholarship Description
  • Time to get creative and speak out about the #1 killer of young people! Create Real Impact Contest calls on students, ages 14 - 22, enrolled in accredited high schools, trade schools, colleges, or universities, to showcase their solutions and strategies to stop the #1 killer of young people – reckless and distracted driving. Students submit one entry into one of the four categories: creative writing, video, graphic design, or music. There is also an additional category: The Spanish Language Award. We have individual grand-prize winners in each category and four prizes that go to the entrants with the most online votes. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • 2210 21st Street
  • Sacramento, CA 95818
  • 916-733-7432

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Shanaya J.  on 9/22/2020 10:53:14 AM

With this scholarship and the need-based grants I have been awarded, I can complete my education and continue to solve problems within my community. The #1 killer among us young people is in fact this "driving" crisis! As young people we sometimes aren't led the right way, but this isn't about being led the right way, but being the greater impact of this generation. We must change if we want "CHANGE"! I myself, am not scared to make a change when i see fit, whether that's making social media group chats to speaking on the news to traveling and speaking about how we can make a change vs just "trying to make a change. We speak so highly on changing but never take a stand and actually put forth the effort to make this impact happen. Thanks for the opportunity.

Dylan G.  on 9/16/2020 8:43:38 PM

Thank you for the opportunity!!

Joseph B  on 9/13/2020 9:24:38 PM

I for one have experienced loss due to reckless driving. My uncle lost his life in a car accident, he was drinking and driving and it was felt through our entire family. I push for anyone I am in the vehicle with to put their phone down and to just focus on the road, "I can do the texting for you." I drive for Domino's Pizza and every single day I see so many young people on their phones and driving and I have almost been run off the road due to it, it is NOT okay to just shoot a quick text, please pay attention.

Kaylee Y  on 8/6/2020 12:27:28 AM

sounds cool!

Kaylee S  on 3/11/2020 8:40:48 AM

I would love to help be apart of a community that is trying to get rid of reckless driving. My mother has a friend that lost her daughter in a car accident, a semi was not paying any attention to the road and ran a red light. He hit the girls car, and their car flipped. My mothers friends daughter passed away, and the whole community was very devastated for their loss. It is not hard to pay attention to the road, you have not only your safety to worry about, but you also have to worry about other people's safety as well. This is why nobody should ever text and drive, or drink and drive. If you do this, you could hurt someone very badly & that would devastate their loved ones. We need to think before we get behind the wheel!

Cindy F  on 2/27/2020 1:51:14 PM

Thank you for the opportunity!

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