REMEMBERING THE PAST AND CELEBRATING THE FUTURE
ON THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF WOMEN SECURING THE RIGHT TO VOTE
We want to hear from young women today. Just as the suffragists fought 100 years ago for a future with equal voting rights, we look to girls who are our future leaders to share with us their vision for today.
Now more than ever, young girls may have ideas about leadership and how decisions impact their lives.
The “Girls Lead!” Video Challenge is FREE
The “Girls Lead!” Video Challenge is FREE and you can enter as many times as you want.
Who: Girls in grades 4th to 8th.
How: Submit a 1 to 3-minute video answering the prompt: “As a Leader in my town, I would….”
When: Open submissions on August 18th, closing submissions September 18th. Winners announced September 25, 2020.
Criteria: Videos will be evaluated on creativity, clarity, and vision.
Winners: 2 grand prize winners will receive a full scholarship to attend the Ms President US program. All entrants will receive a commemorative patch. Participation in the video contest also counts toward fulfilling Girl Scout requirements for the Junior “Inside Government” Badge and the Cadette “Public Speaker” Badge. Grand prize has no cash value and is non-transferable. It can be redeemed for participation in the 2020-2021 program.
Where: Click in the button below to submit your video !!!
Want to know how to make a video? Listen here
Notice: Before submitting your video check below the best practices about your video:
- Submit a 1 to 3-minute video. Do not exceed the time and length limits.
- Use minimal sets and few props, and only if necessary.
- Dress as you would for an public speech.
Special thanks to The “Girls Lead!” video challenge sponsor