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May -- Safe Jobs for Youth Month

2014 Video Public Service Announcement
(PSA) Contest

On This Page:

Are you a California teen between 14 and 18? Produce a 90-second video highlighting job health and safety for teens and you could win a cash prize!

Use your creative talents .. dancing, acting, script writing, directing, or even singing ... to promote job safety for youth!

For more information, see below.

Who Can Enter?

  • All youth between the ages of 14-18 who live in California.

How Do I Enter?

  • Create and record a 90-second video (on CD or DVD only) with a theme related to "Safe Jobs for Youth." For ideas on your theme, see Helpful Tips.

  • Fill out and sign the entry form, and get necessary permissions from all participants. See Contest Rules for detailed information.

  • All entries must include a disk and your entry form. They must be postmarked or hand delivered no later than Monday, January 13, 2014.

  • Mail or bring your entry to:

    Donna Iverson
    Labor Occupational Health Program, UC Berkeley
    2223 Fulton Street, 4th Floor
    Berkeley, CA 94720-5120

What Are the Prizes?

  • One First Prize: $400 to participating filmmaker AND one school prize of $400 to the first prize winner's school.
  • One Second Prize: $300
  • One Third Prize: $200

When Will Winners Be Notified?

All winners will be notified no later than May 1, 2014. The top three PSA's will be posted on our website and distributed to television stations, among others..

Who Sponsors the Contest?

The Safe Jobs for Youth Month PSA contest is conducted by the California Partnership for Young Worker Health and Safety, a statewide collaboration sponsored by the California Commission on Health and Safety and Workers’ Compensation and coordinated by the Labor Occupational Health Program at the University of California, Berkeley.


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This page last modified: April 2010
Photos by: Rebecca Letz