High school video competition announced for United Way campaign
The Livingston County United Way’s annual high school video competition engages students in community awareness and practical marketing and technology skills. All local high school-aged youth are invited to submit a video for next year’s United Way campaign. While the deadline is April 8, many high school teachers incorporate the United Way video into their coursework as a real-life application of their studies.
The campaign video is a prominent piece in conveying the impact United Way, its programs and partners have in Livingston County. The video is featured prominently at partner businesses, and on the Livingston County United Way website, Facebook page, Twitter feed and YouTube channel.
This year’s competition winner, in addition to the experience and wide distribution of his/her production, will receive a cash award sponsored by Brennan Investment Services of Hartland and Palmer Moving & Storage.
“I see the video competition as a way to encourage our young people to get a wider view of their community,” explained Kevin Brennan, of Brennan Investment Services. “When students create a video for Livingston County United Way, they learn about ways people can support the community and how the funds are invested in programs that make the biggest impact on vital areas of health, education and financial stability.”
More information and video competition guidelines are available online at www.lcunitedway.org. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.