We've taken our California student video contest and expanded it across the U.S. High school students are invited to create a fun and informative short video (60 seconds max) highlighting the ways special districts ‘Make the Difference’ in local communities across the US for a chance to win a scholarship. Additional prize money will be given to the teachers of the winning students to promote technology and support distance learning.
- Nationwide video contest for U.S. high school students
- Videos must be 60 seconds or less, focusing on the impact of special districts
- Prizes: $2,000 for first place, $1,000 for second place, $500 for third place
- Additional $500 awarded to the winning students' teachers
- Contest previously limited to California, now expanded across the U.S.
- Open to U.S. high school students in grades 9-12
- Participants must create a video highlighting special districts’ contributions
- Video entries should be no longer than 60 seconds
- Create a short video (maximum 60 seconds) about the role of special districts
- Ensure video meets criteria: accuracy, creativity, production quality, and entertainment
- Submit your video between January 2nd and March 31st
- Wait for the top ten finalists to be selected by Districts Make the Difference
- Participate in the public voting period from May 1st - 15th
U.S. High school students grades 9-12 are strongly encouraged to participate in this contest for its educational engagement and scholarship opportunities. Enjoy creating a video and learning about special districts for a chance to win up to $2,000.