Oakland County PSA video contest open to high school students
Oakland County Health Division is looking for creative Oakland County high school students to create a short Public Service Announcement video that highlights the Oakland County Health Division Food Safety Program, which ensures safe food and proper sanitation in Oakland County's 4,500 food service establishments.
The contest, which begins May 7, is open to all Oakland County high school students. Entries must be received by 11:59 p.m. May 24. Parental consent is required for entrants 17 years old and younger. The contest is open to groups (no more than five students per group) and individuals.
The top video entry overall will receive a $50 iTunes gift card. Individuals who submit a video will receive up to 10 community service hours. The top five individuals will receive a water park day pass. Each group that submits will receive up to six community service hours per individual. The top group will receive a water park day pass for every member of the group.
For contest rules and regulations or to enter the video contest, visit the Oakland County Health Division website at www.oakgov.com/health.
Source: Oakland County Health Division