Video Contest Spring 2019
PEER MEDIATION VIDEO CONTEST FOR STUDENTS
Have you ever wanted to tell the world how being a peer mediator has changed your life? Have you ever wanted to be an influencer on social media that spreads positivity about the things that matter most?
Well, here’s your chance!
Kids Managing Conflict (KMC) is holding a contest for peer mediators to voice why they think that peer mediation is awesome! All you have to do is make a video no longer than 2 minutes, #vlog, #selfie, or #creative and describe what Peer Mediation means to YOU and how being a mediator has affected YOUR life, school, or community in a positive way!
A $200 prize will be awarded to the winner. We will be presenting the winner with a check at the Celebration of Peer Mediation at USC on May 16, 2019. The winner and their parents will be our guests that evening for the award. (You do not have to be present to win).
The Contest Rules:
Start off by following @kidsmanagingconflict on Instagram and using #kidsmanagingconflict
You must be a current peer mediator enrolled in school in Southern California
All entries must have your name, school, and grade in the video. Only one video entry per person.
Videos are to be a maximum of 2 minutes long. (Any submissions longer than 2 minutes will not be accepted). The more creative the content the better as long as you explain what peer mediation means to you
You must follow @kidsmanagingconflict on Instagram (if you have an account)*
You must post video on Instagram with #KMCContest2018
*If you don’t have Instagram, no problem! Please email your video submission to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Submissions are due no later than 11:59 pm on 4/01/2019, at 12:59pm. The winner will be announced on May 1, 2019.
The KMC Board of Directors and members of the advisory board will judge all submissions. The decision of the judges is final.
All submissions become the property of Kids Managing Conflict and may be used on the KMC website, in newsletters or other communications. Students may ask that they be identified only by their first names if they prefer.
Please submit questions to: email@example.com