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Project Yellow Light/Hunter Garner Billboard Design Scholarship

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March 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. To enter, create a design to warn your peers of the dangers of texting and driving. In addition to the scholarship, the winning designs may be placed on billboards across the country, courtesy of Clear Channel Outdoor. 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 23218
  • 804-698-8203

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Kamryn P  on 8/5/2020 5:08:21 PM

Does it have to be digital or can it be drawn on paper?

Jashanti N  on 2/21/2020 10:10:52 AM

Can we use any form of media for this scholarship? Does the design have to be computer generated or physical. If physical, how do we show the design?

Dakota K  on 2/19/2020 3:07:36 PM

Also does it have to be online or on paper

Dakota K  on 2/19/2020 3:06:53 PM

Does each student in the group get $2000 or does the winning group have to split the $2000

alexandra C  on 12/18/2019 2:48:52 PM

Does the design have to be computer generated?

Kassidy H  on 2/20/2018 9:43:55 AM

can we paint? or does this have to be on computer?

Lynda B  on 1/17/2018 11:28:57 PM

How do we get to the website exactly??

11/30/2017 10:11:43 AM

can we do this on word ...?

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