Congratulations to the Financial Literacy Video Contest 2018 Winners
Kenosha's Financial Education Network, led by United Way of Kenosha County, received a number of amazing video submissions for the 2018 Financial Literacy Video Contest. There were a lot of great submission and the choice was tough, but we have our winners!
PLEASE NOTE: AWARDS RECEIVED OVER $600 WILL RECIEVE A 1099 TAX FORM TO BE KEPT WITH INCOME TAX RECORDS.
First Place Winners of $500 are:
Deziray Moore and Elesette Barrera from Bradford High School for "Bodak Financial (Buying A Car)"
Second PLACE WINNER OF $300 is:
Collin Fowler from Mahone Middle School for "Don't Blow Your Dough"
Third PLACE WINNER OF $200 IS:
Lindsey Peck from Bradford High School for "Buying A Car"
The goal of the Financial Literacy Video Contest is to identify, inspire, nurture, and educate through digital media and learning. Registered Kenosha County students grades 6-12 were eligible to submit video media to educate and promote financial literacy.
- Financial Responsibility
- Saving for College
- Money Management
- Planning for your Future
- Personal Finance
Videos submitted were judged by representatives from the Kenosha Financial Education Network. Prizes were awarded at the judges' discretion.
The criteria categories that videos are judged on are:
- Clarity and Production Value
- Overall Message
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