The finalists have the chance to win one of three scholarship prizes and an additional $500 for a teacher nominated by the student. The first-place winner will receive $2000, while second place will receive $1000, and third will receive $500.
Students were challenged to create a video of 90 seconds or less about California’s special districts in a creative and interesting way. The videos were judged based on four categories: Accuracy & Effectiveness, Creativity & Originality, Production Quality, and Entertainment Value.
Voting ends November 2.