WaterClips Student Video Contest
We want YOU to create a 30 second video about WATER! Six students (grades 6 through 12) from Tri-City middle schools and high schools will be chosen to win scholarships up to $500! You can compete as an individual entry or in teams. Videos can be live action, animation, personal testimonial, whatever! Just focus your video on the theme below and send us your video. Contest DEADLINE is Friday, April 2, 2021 at 11:59 p.m.!
WaterClips Contest Theme:
Water Emergencies - Plan & Prepare
Learn more about our contest theme in the sections below!
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Check out the winning videos from last year's 2020 WaterClips Student Video Contest!
1st place - Nanako Otaki, 6th grade, Mission Valley Elementary, $500 prize Video: A Day Without Water
2nd place - Anushree Samsi, 7th grade, Alsion School, $250 prize Video: Liquid Gold; The Value of Clean Drinking Water
1st place - Christina Qin, 12th grade, Washington High School, $500 prize Video: From the Future: A Message on Bottled Water
2nd place - Lisa Oshiba, 9th grade, American High School, $250 prize Video: A Day Without Water
3rd place - Alexzendor Misra, Tejas Parasumanna & Harsh Patel, 10th grade, Mission San Jose High School, $100 prize Video: Bottled Water, Nature Throttled
Zachary Koller, 8th grade, Walters Jr. High School Video: Say Goodbye to Single Use Water Bottles and Drink Tap Water
Nidhi Riju, 6th grade, Warm Springs Elementary School Video: Water Crisis
Terence Zhao and teammates Mikaela De Castro and Andrew Salazar, 6th & 7th grade, Itliong Vera Cruz Middle School Video: The Value of Clean Drinking Water
Alison Bai, 10th grade, Mission San Jose High School Video: The Water War
Neha Gondra, 11th grade, Mission San Jose High School Video: A Day Without Water
Emma Wang, 10th grade, Mission San Jose High School Video: Fountain of Life