Our annual high school video competition engages local youth in learning about the needs in their community and how Livingston County United Way responds with lasting, sustainable solutions. Each year, area students dig deep into the work of United Way and find creative ways to capture the collaborative nature of what we do and invite viewers to get involved. One winner is selected by a panel of local media and human resource professionals.
Submissions due: April 7, 2017
Questions? Contact Suzanne Everett, email@example.com
2017 Livingston County United Way Video Winner
2016 Livingston County United Way Video Winner
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Livingston County United Way’s 2016 video was produced by Amanda Tomassi’s Fowlerville High School students Kyle Henrikson, Kenneth Kline, Austin Youmans, Caleb LaFebrve, Andrew Dyc. They were awarded a cash prize of $500 sponsored by Brennan Investment Services and Palmer Moving & Storage.
2016 Runners Up
We are pleased to showcase the talent and creativity of the students who enter our competition. Out of 47 submissions, we had six finalists. While “unedited,” we want to shine a little light on how hard these students work to communicate the mission of Livingston County United Way. Citizens Insurance supplied gift cards for the second and third place winners to honor their achievements.
2nd Place: Hartland High School teacher Nathan Oake’s leadership class students Beth Biernacki, Amanda Mourad and Holly Neuens. See video.
3rd Place: Brighton High School Digital Multimedia Club students Grant Lewis, Ryan Lewis, Jonathan Singer, Sean Smith and Scott Smith. The after-school club is led by teacher Michelle Costa. See video.
Fowlerville High School: Amanda Tomassi’s students Meranda Davie, Rachel Longhi and Sara Domine were recognized as finalists. See video.
Howell High School: John Mozdzierz’s digital arts student Kaylee Stevenson.
Hartland High School: Nathan Oake’s marketing students Kyle Redies, Eric Schumann and Bailee Vaughn.