Local high school students are invited to get creative and put their talents to work making a video for the Livingston County United Way. The top video will become a centerpiece of the organization’s 2014 campaign marketing plan.
“We have grown to love the video competition over the years because it gives our students real-life experience,” said Jeanne Clum, LCUW Development and Marketing Director. “They learn how the United Way can affect change throughout the community and, in turn, how to create a digital piece that shares that. Plus, the winners have a portfolio-ready clip seen by thousands of local people.”
Last spring thirty-five submissions were received. Megan Christoson, Samantha Lang, and Shelby Gregg, from Fowlerville High School, were winners and received a breakfast party from the Livingston County United Way. Here is their video, Building Solutions: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26bya0i5Tjk
Details, timeline and criteria are available online at www.lcunitedway.org/campaign-videos.html. You can also request it from firstname.lastname@example.org or 810-494-3000.