WaterClips Student Video Contest

Congratulations WaterClips Student Video Contest 2020 Award Winners

Lights! Camera! Action! We are proud to announce the winners of our first-ever WaterClips Student Video Contest! Tri-City students in grades 6-12 were invited to create 30 second videos about important water topics and competed to win scholarships up to $500. Congratulations students!

Click on the video titles below to see videos!



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

3rd place - Avish Zindal and Aahaan Nayak, 6th grade, Forest Park Elementary School, $100 prize                                                                           Video:  Bye Bye Bottled Water & Hello Tap 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

Want to enter the next WaterClips Student Video Contest?  Send an email to waterclips@acwd.com and we'll notify you when our next contest kicks off in JANUARY 2021!


Hi Students!

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!  Just focus your video on ONE of the themes below and send us your video.

WaterClips Contest Themes:

Choose ONE theme and create your video!

- The value of clean drinking water

- Say goodbye to single use water bottles
  and drink tap water

- A day without water


Q- What information do I need to have before I submit my video?
A- You will need the following information to complete the Video Application Form which is required for your entry to be valid:  your grade, video title, school name and city. You'll also need to submit a signed Eligibility and Release Form! 
Q- Where do I submit my video?
A- Submit your video to WaterClips@acwd.com.  Remember to include your Video Application Form and Eligibility/Release Form with your video.

Q- What if my file is too large to transmit directly to WaterClips@acwd.com?
A- If your file is too large, you may use one of the following services to transmit your video should be shared through a link than can be viewed by anyone.

Q- What video format can I submit?
A- Only use this format:  MPEG (.mp4).

Q- How many videos can I submit per e-mail?
A- Only one Video Application Form with one video per e-mail.

Q- Can I submit copyrighted material?
A- We respect copyright holders and their rights.  We do not allow copyrighted material.