Youth Outreach Worker Program
Public Service Announcement (PSA) Contest
BREATHE FOR THE FUTURE
This contest is planned and organized by the Super Youth Outreach Workers. This contest is open to current SFUSD students from 4th to 12th grade. Students can submit an original art piece (photography, poster, poems, etc) or a 30-90 second video (spoken word, skit, script art, etc) related to tobacco prevention education. Topics can include but are not limited to tobacco production, combustible cigarettes, tobacco targeting youth, Vaping, Juuls, or ways to support healthier air quality.
This year we are giving students the option to enter enter their video PSAs into the Breathe California Film Festival. Winners for this can get received up to $300. For more information please visit: https://www.cleartheairfilmfest.org/
- Elementary School (4th-5th grade)
- Middle School
- High School
- LGBTQ- (4th – 12th grade) show how smoking specifically affects the LGBTQ+ community
- Art: Original piece can be submitted through Google Form OR SFUSD School Health Programs at 1515 Quintara Street, SF, CA, 94116 (Minimum: 8”x11”, Maximum: 11”x17”)
- Video: Produced, directed, and acted by Youth. NO real drugs are allowed. Video should be between 30-90 seconds. Videos must be uploaded to YouTube and submitted via Google Form.
To apply or submit, all applicants must complete the google application form or at SFUSD School Health Programs at 1515 Quintara Street, SF, CA, 94116
Please upload your video or mail in your art piece to 1515 Quintara Street addressed to Najwa Ahmed.
The deadline is February 18, 2019Appy Now!
For Questions, concerns or Comments contact Najwa Ahmed
Prizes will be awarded in three categories: Middle School, High school and LGBTQ.
Congratulations to, and please take a look at, last year’s winners:
- Video Winners:
LGBTQ: Youth Outreach Workers, A.P. Giannini Middle School
High School: Jonathan Chan, Justin Aguirre & Alex Hutchinson, Lincoln High School
Middle School: Brian Rodriguez & Oliver Raber, Hoover Middle School
- Art Winners:
LGBTQ: Hazel Madlock, Presidio Middle School
High School: Joelle Chien, Lowell High School
Middle School: Nina Edwards, Presidio Middle School