Teen Video Challenge announced
November 24, 2016
The Washington State Library and the Collaborative Summer Library Program have launched the 2017 Teen Video Challenge, a national video competition for teens to get involved with reading and their public library’s summer reading program.
Teens are invited to create a 30-to-90-second video with their unique interpretation of the 2017 summer reading slogan “Build a Better World.” The idea is to involve teens in summer reading, before and during the summer months, by being part of the process. This is an opportunity for teens to showcase their creativity and have their ideas heard by a national audience. The winning video will be named one of the 2017 Teen Videos to promote summer reading nationwide.
$100 will be awarded to the creator of Washington’s winning video and his or her associated public library will receive prizes worth at least $50 from Upstart. Winners will be announced in April.
For full details about the Teen Video Challenge and to find out how to enter Washington’s competition, visit http://sos.wa.gov/q/teenvideo. Entries must be received by Feb. 15.
For more information contact Nono Burling at the Washington State Library at email@example.com.