Teens Dream Video Competition (about the UN's 17 Sustainability Goals)
Middle and high school students can enter the Teens Dream Video Competition with a 2-minute video of their dream as it relates to one of the 17 United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). See the colorful descriptions at sustainabledevelopment.un.org/sdgs. In the fall of 2017, educate your students about the UN and how it is working collaboratively with stakeholder groups around the world that include youth. Then invite them to create a Read more
Awards, GrantsKids to Parks Day: A Contest for Title I Schools (National Park Trust)
National Park Trust (NPT) invites students across the country to participate in the 8th annual Kids to Parks (KTP) Day, a nationwide grassroots movement to celebrate America’s Parks and public lands.
Awards, GrantsWorld of 7 Billion video contest (Population Education)
"The World of 7 Billion" student video contest is back for the 2017-2018 school year. The contest helps teachers bring technology and creativity into middle and high school classes. It challenges students to create a short video connecting world population growth and one of three global challenges: Advancing Women and Girls, Feeding 10 Billion, or Preventing Pollution. Students can win up to $1,000, and participating teachers will receive free curriculum resources. The contest deadline is February 22, 2018. Read more
Awards, GrantsRFK Human Rights Speak Truth To Power (Video Contest)
In partnership with the American Federation of Teachers and the Tribeca Film Institute, the 8th Annual Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Speak Truth To Power Video Contest invites middle and high school students to create short 3-5 minute videos about the work of a human rights defender.
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Robert F. Kennedy’s run for president, this contest asks students to make a connection between their chosen human rights defender and RFK, which could be done through the use of a quote, archival footage, or by including a connection in the narration.