Win FREE Registrations to UNITY Midyear and National Conferences!
UNITY’s 5 + 5 + 5 Contest!
Have you or your youth council worked on a community service project you wish you could share with other Native youth? Or do you have an upcoming youth project that is newsworthy? Now’s your chance!
UNITY News wishes to showcase your videos of youth council projects and individual youth projects. Winning videos will help your youth council or an individual earn free conference registrations!
Here’s how the contest will work:
Youth councils or individuals will create a 2-3 minute video featuring a community service project. The video must include elements explaining the who, what, where, when and how of the community service project. In addition, please explain in the video how your project promoted individual or community wellness. (For example, if you completed a community clean-up, “the project helped to instill pride in your community, which promotes community wellness.”) There are plenty of “how to” videos on YouTube. You can easily create a video using your smartphone. A nice quality camera with video capability is highly recommended. If your youth council already completed a project and there is no video of it, you may use photographs as part of your video. This is your opportunity to be creative!
December 8, 2017, at 11:59 pm PST
Submission must be emailed (with video attachment or link) to:
Jared Massey at [email protected]
The winning youth council will receive:
- Five (5) complimentary conference registrations to the UNITY Midyear Conference, and
- Five (5) complimentary conference registrations to the National UNITY Conference!
Five individual winners, showcasing an individual project, will receive:
- One (1) complimentary registration to the UNITY Midyear Conference and National UNITY Conference!
All videos will be featured on UNITY’s website as part of UNITY News. Winning videos will be shared with the general assemblies at the UNITY Midyear and National UNITY Conferences. If you plan to nominate your youth council for the “2018 Youth Council of the Year” award, consider using your video as part of the nomination!