As Frederick County Public School (FCPS) students begin their 2nd semester, they were given the opportunity to enter in a video contest.


National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Competitions

The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) encourages the pursuit of excellence in broadcasting and video production by recognizing the outstanding achievements by high school students through its Student Production Awards.


Students Create Online Video Lessons, Win Cash Prizes

Peer-to-peer learning community ready for takeoff.


Student Production Award Call for Entries

It’s time to Show Off Your Best Work


No Distractions, No Excuses Teen Digital Short Contest

The Wireless Foundation™ Announces 2016 Drive Smart: 

This month, The Wireless Foundation ™ launched the second year of its Drive Smart: No Distractions, No Excuses Teen Digital Short Contest. The competition challenges students ages 13-18 to create a digital short to persuade their peers to not drive while distracted.

The contest runs from October 15 to December 15, 2015. The grand prize is a $5,000 scholarship, and the teacher/mentor prize of $500. Two runners-up will each win a $1,000 scholarship; their teachers/mentors will each win $250. Three semifinalists will each win a $500 scholarship; their teachers/mentors will each win $100. State winners (up to 2 per state) will be awarded $100 each.

“The Drive Smart program is an important way to remind students as well as parents and the community about the importance of safe driving behavior,” says Athena Polydorou, Executive Director of The Wireless Foundation ™.


The Wireless Foundation™ partnered with By Kids For Kids to create the Drive Smart campaign. Teachers, parents, students and community leaders can download activities and information on the dangers of driving while distracted at

“Winning last year was important to me because too many of my friends put themselves at risk by driving distracted,” says 2015 winner Gillian Annis of Cypress, California. “I wanted to remind them in a meaningful and direct digital short on what could happen by making one mistake and how it could change their entire life.”

About The Wireless Foundation™

The Wireless Foundation™ ( is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to developing and supporting initiatives that use wireless technology to help American communities. The Foundation’s innovative programs benefit consumers in areas including education, health, safety and the environment. The Foundation was formed by CTIA-The Wireless Association® member companies in 1991.

Twitter: @WirelessFdn

By Kids for Kids® (BKFK®) is an agency that empowers youth invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship. BKFK provides a unique platform for kids and teens to develop and showcase their innovative ideas. The company provides free educational resources, including curricula and challenges that promote social change, product innovation, and entrepreneurial endeavors. Learn more: