State Video Contest
We are looking for videos that make an impression, that tell a story, that cause the audience to stop and think.
Videos can be your story, the story of how 4-H made a difference in your community, a story about the past, the present, or the future. Videos can bring issues to life, food insecurity, water conservation, health crises, safety concerns, or environmental topic. The best stories are your stories, the topics you believe in and are passionate about.
- Videos are due in the State 4-H Office
- Videos are limited to 2 minutes
- Music should be royalty-free, no copyrighted material (No current or pop music. Music can be used from freeplaymusic or similar royalty-free websites)
- Videos must clearly highlight and represent 4-H
- Submissions must include: The 4-H Video Form
- Videos will be reviewed by professional videographers.
- You will receive feedback on your video submission based on.
- Video Quality
- Story Content
- Story Impression
- Audience Impact
- Videos may be shared through 4-H Social Media outlets (we will need your permission to do that)
- Selected videos will be showcased at State 4-H Roundup