Thursday, March 6, 2014

Calling all Middle School Students…Enter the Climate Change In Focus Video Challenge!

The Environmental Protection Agency and the National Environmental Education Foundation have just announced a new video contest asks middle school students to produce a short video about climate change, why they care, and what they are doing about it.   Winning videos will be highlighted on the EPA website and the winners will receive cool prizes like a solar charging backpack.  The first 100 contestants to enter will also receive a year’s subscription to National Geographic Kids Magazine. The deadline for submissions is March 18.   Visit the website for details on how to enter.

Middle school #teachers: crank up your students’ creativity about #climatechange with our #videocontest

#Parents: get your middle school scientist to focus on #climatechange by entering our #videocontest:

Calling middle school #youngartists: learn, create, and win in the Climate Change in Focus #videocontest.

Hey, middle school #youngscientists! Learn, create, and win in our #climatechange #videocontest .

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Middle-schoolers, are you part of your school’s environmental club? Create a video to show what you are doing to act on climate change! Learn, create, win prizes, and be heard:

Middle school teachers: are you looking for a fun project for your science class? Have your students enter the Climate Change in Focus video contest! The winning videos will receive special prizes and recognition on EPA’s website.

Calling young artists! If you’re in middle school, enter Climate Change in Focus video contest to learn about science, create your video masterpiece, and speak out on climate change.  Start now:

Parents: Looking to encourage your budding scientist or aspiring filmmaker?  Have your middle-schooler enter the Climate Change in Focus video contest:

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