AASM “Sleep is Essential” High School Video Contest

Ages:High School

Type:Submission

Categories:Art, Social Science, video

Scope:National

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Teens in the U.S. are invited to enter the 2021 AASM “Sleep is Essential” High School Video Contest. Entrants will compete for a cash prize and raise awareness about the importance of sleep for teens. High school students can enter the contest by submitting an original video that is 15 to 60 seconds long to help teens understand that sleep is essential.

Along with a balanced diet and regular exercise, sleep is one of the pillars of a healthy lifestyle. Getting the sleep that your body needs is essential for your health, well-being, and mood. Sleep also helps you perform your best at school. When you get good sleep, your memory is sharper, and you think more clearly and creatively. Sleep also energizes you for peak performance in sports, making you faster, stronger, and more accurate. Finally, sleep keeps you safe by helping you to avoid motor vehicle accidents caused by drowsy driving.

Entrants will compete for a cash prize and raise awareness about the importance of sleep for teens. High school students can enter the contest by submitting an original video that is 15 to 60 seconds long to help teens understand that sleep is essential. All material submitted must be original work created solely for submission in this contest. After posting your video on Instagram, TikTok, or YouTube with the hashtag #EssentialSleep2021, you must submit to the AASM a public link to the video along with a completed entry form. Contest winners also will be asked for an MP4 file of their video.

  • Runtime: NEW IN 2021 — Video submissions must be 15 to 60 seconds long, including any credits.
  • Message: The video must help teens understand that sleep is essential.
  • Style: Submissions can be in any style or genre, including animation, drama, comedy, musical, or documentary.
  • Exclusivity: Submissions must be posted online during the dates of the contest and must not be entered in, or associated with, any other contest or campaign. Previously posted submissions from publicized contests will be disqualified.
  • Terms of Service: Entrants must comply with the terms of service — including any community guidelines and copyright policies — for the platform that hosts your video
This competition has not yet listed it's awards.

Website: https://aasm.org/advocacy/high-school-video-contest/

Managing Organization: American Academy of Sleep Medicine

Contact:

contest@aasm.org

Entry Fee: $

Eligibility:
The Contest is open to any individual who is 13 years of age or older and is enrolled in a high school in the United States at the time of entry. (U.S. high school students who are home-schooled are also eligible to enter. High school students who attend a Department of Defense school also are eligible for the contest, even if the school is in another country.) No purchase of any sort is necessary, and there is no entry fee. Each submission must be the primary work of one individual (the “Entrant”).

This competition has not yet posted any deadlines.

Overview

Teens in the U.S. are invited to enter the 2021 AASM “Sleep is Essential” High School Video Contest. Entrants will compete for a cash prize and raise awareness about the importance of sleep for teens. High school students can enter the contest by submitting an original video that is 15 to 60 seconds long to help teens understand that sleep is essential.

Along with a balanced diet and regular exercise, sleep is one of the pillars of a healthy lifestyle. Getting the sleep that your body needs is essential for your health, well-being, and mood. Sleep also helps you perform your best at school. When you get good sleep, your memory is sharper, and you think more clearly and creatively. Sleep also energizes you for peak performance in sports, making you faster, stronger, and more accurate. Finally, sleep keeps you safe by helping you to avoid motor vehicle accidents caused by drowsy driving.

Process

Entrants will compete for a cash prize and raise awareness about the importance of sleep for teens. High school students can enter the contest by submitting an original video that is 15 to 60 seconds long to help teens understand that sleep is essential. All material submitted must be original work created solely for submission in this contest. After posting your video on Instagram, TikTok, or YouTube with the hashtag #EssentialSleep2021, you must submit to the AASM a public link to the video along with a completed entry form. Contest winners also will be asked for an MP4 file of their video.

Criteria

  • Runtime: NEW IN 2021 — Video submissions must be 15 to 60 seconds long, including any credits.
  • Message: The video must help teens understand that sleep is essential.
  • Style: Submissions can be in any style or genre, including animation, drama, comedy, musical, or documentary.
  • Exclusivity: Submissions must be posted online during the dates of the contest and must not be entered in, or associated with, any other contest or campaign. Previously posted submissions from publicized contests will be disqualified.
  • Terms of Service: Entrants must comply with the terms of service — including any community guidelines and copyright policies — for the platform that hosts your video

Awards

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Participate

Website: https://aasm.org/advocacy/high-school-video-contest/

Managing Organization: American Academy of Sleep Medicine

Contact:

contest@aasm.org

Entry Fee:

Eligibility:
The Contest is open to any individual who is 13 years of age or older and is enrolled in a high school in the United States at the time of entry. (U.S. high school students who are home-schooled are also eligible to enter. High school students who attend a Department of Defense school also are eligible for the contest, even if the school is in another country.) No purchase of any sort is necessary, and there is no entry fee. Each submission must be the primary work of one individual (the “Entrant”).

Deadlines

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