IPO Education Foundation IP Video Contest


July 01, 2018

Awards Available: 5

Apply Now!
  • Scholarship Description
  • The Intellectual Property Owners (IPO) Education Foundation IP Video Contest is open to individuals who reside in the fifty United States, including the District of Columbia, and territories and possession of the United States, ages 13 and older. Contestants will be judged according to their age group: 13-15 years-old, 16-18 years-old, and 19 and over. There will be two winners in the 13-15 and 16-18 years-old age groups and one winner in the 19 and over age group. Entrants who are between the ages of 13 and 18 must be enrolled as full-time students in an accredited secondary, college level or trade school. Entrants enrolled in home school programs are eligible to participate

    Submission guidelines:
    -Videos must be no more than 90 seconds in length
    -Videos must be compressed into a digital file of no more than 100 mb in order to submit them online
    -Videos can be in .wmv, .avi, .mov, .mp4, and .mpg file formats.
    -Entrants must not use pre-recorded or copyrighted music in their videos unless they have a Master Use and synchronization license. Entrants may use royalty-free music or their own original score
    -Entrants must save a master copy of their video
    -Recommended settings:
    -c_icon Entrants must not use copyrighted material in their videos
    -divx_icon MPEG4 (Divx, Xvid) format
    -hd_icon Minimum 720p resolution, optimally 1080HD
    -mp3_icon MP3 audio
    -timer_icon 30 frames per second

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Colleen Wellington-Caban
  • 1501 M Street, NW
  • uite 1150
  • Washington, DC 20005
  • foundation@ipo.org
  • 202-507-4501

See if you qualify for this award

Learn more about this scholarship and many more.
Find Scholarships Instantly!

Comments (4)


Care to comment?
Go ahead - we're listening! Did you apply for this scholarship? Why? Why not? Maybe you even won!
Your comments could help fellow Scholarships.com members.

If you can read this, don't touch the following fields

Elizabeth G  on 7/1/2016 12:05:18 PM

Oakland University Nursing Class of 2018!

Trenton M  on 4/5/2016 5:58:19 PM

I could really use the money for housing while i am at college and thats what i need help with the most

Bilal N  on 8/28/2015 11:20:13 PM

I need to be the first one to graduate from college in my family.

Madison S  on 7/22/2015 8:23:30 PM

On the main page and in the deadline it shows that this scholarship is not due until August 1st, yet in the description it says it is due on July 1st. I am not sure which to go by. This is very confusing.

Latest College & Financial Aid News

College Professor Canned for Cussing

January 16, 2018

by Susan Dutca

A federal judge dismissed a civil rights lawsuit by a former LSU professor fired in 2015 for using vulgar language in her classroom. The formerly-tenured education professor alleged that LSU violated her First Amendment free speech rights and that their sexual harassment policies are unconstitutional. [...]

Berkeley Battling for Release of Luis Mora

January 9, 2018

by Susan Dutca

The University of California, Berkeley is working to end the detention of one of its undocumented students who was detained by the Department of Homeland Security after allegedly overstaying his visa. The university's chancellor and student activists are keen on "taking all appropriate actions to support the student's interests so that he may continue his studies and his life as a valued member of [the] community." [...]

Drexel Prof Resigns One Year After "White Genocide" Tweet

January 2, 2018

by Susan Dutca

A Drexel University Professor who tweeted, "All I want for Christmas is white genocide," recently resigned after a year of "enduring unrelenting harassment and death threats for his controversial tweets." According to Professor Ciccariello-Maher, the tweet was meant to be satirical, stating that white genocide is an "imaginary concept" used by the far right to scare white people. [...]