Two Center High School students from Antelope and a Franklin High School student from Elk Grove win the top prizes in a high school student video competition supporting local non-profit organizations by Access Sacramento.
Students with the top videos receive cash prizes, plus the videos will air on Access Sacramento, Comcast and Consolidated Communications cable channel 17, AT&T U-Verse channel 14 and stream live from AccessSacramento.org. Push the pictures or the links to see the videos.
An animated public service announcement supporting WEAVE (Women Escaping a Violent Environment) of Sacramento by Max Esipciuc of Center High School won first place and a $100 top prize. The 60-second video depicts a teen talking about his girlfriend to his mom and directs victims of sexual abuse to the WEAVE website.
Second place was earned by Jamie Campos of Franklin High School for his public service announcement about the Sacramento-Yolo Mosquito and Vector Control District‘s “Fight the Bite Campaign.” Campos’ video offers practical advice on avoiding mosquito bites and preventing exposure and earns $50.
Third place goes to an animation from Center High School by Brandon Pibal for his video about the the Sacramento-Yolo Mosquito and Vector Control District showing a cartoon mosquito telling how to prevent all his mosquito friends from visiting. Third Prize earns $25.
Honorable Mention certificates were earned by:
Kristina Carlos, Franklin High School, WEAVE, http://youtu.be/dXybn4nmYCk
Subin Choi, Franklin High School, SACRAMENTO-YOLO MOSQUITO & VECTOR CONTROL DISTRICT, http://youtu.be/8vHC-LZKx24
Isaac Cortes, Franklin High School, SACRAMENTO CREEKS COUNCIL, http://youtu.be/gjvpqbze8KE
Josh Gong, Franklin High School, WEAVE, http://youtu.be/BXb0J20SncI
Cameron Pon, Franklin High School, SACRAMENTO CREEKS COUNCIL, http://youtu.be/FCAr1OglCEQ
For more information about the video competition, contact Gary Martin, Executive Director, Access Sacramento, 916-456-8600 Ext. 100.