How can you help educate your peers on the dangers of careless driving?Â Because no one can speak better to your peers than you can about the problems of speeding, texting while driving, or being a distracted driver.
This contest is open to high school students who live or go to school in San Jose. Students must submit 1-3 minute videos within these five categories: Texting and Driving, Driving Under the Influence, Distracted Driving, Speeding, and How to be a Responsible Passenger. All videos will be judged on content, creativity, and the number of YouTube views they receive. One winner will be chosen in each category, as well as one grand prize winner.Â Prizes are up to $5000!
“”Do you have what it takes to go viral?Â Can you be a self promoter?Â One third of this contest is proving you can make a video that’s worth watching!”” Source SJ Between the Lines
For more information or submit a video visit www.sjbetweenthelines.org or call 408-535-4910.Â Â Deadline to enter is Nov 15, 2013.
Originally Posted on: 10/16/2013