Financial Literacy Video Contest

Congratulations to the 2019 financial literacy video contest winners!!!

Kenosha's Financial Education Network, led by United Way of Kenosha County, received a number of amazing video submissions for the 2019 Financial Literacy Video Contest.  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 are:

Megan Murray and Emmie Cibrario from Tremper High School with "Money Management"

Second Place Winner Is:

Jeremiah Lunde from Indian Trail High School with "Be Your Best You"

Third Place Winner is:

Jefferson Kearby from Westosha High School with "Carousel of Debt"

PURPOSE

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 are eligible to submit video media to educate and promote financial literacy.  

Examples of topics/themes students can focus their videos on include:

  • Financial Responsibility

  • Saving for College

  • Money Management

  • Planning for your Future

  • Using Money Wisely

  • Personal Finance

JUDGING CRITERIA

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

  • Creativity

  • Overall Message

For more information, contact Laurie McDonald, Director of Community Impact at United Way of Kenosha County, 262-671-2209 or lmcdonald@kenoshaunitedway.org.  

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