2009 Green Skills for Life Video Competition Winners
This post was written by Brent Bernasconi, Education Coordinator for the Museum. One part of his duties is to coordinate the various Museum competitions. For more information on the Museum’s competitions, click here.
Last year the Museum held the first annual Green Skills for Life competition, sponsored by Ford Motor Company Fund, asking students to create a piece of art that explained something they could do to help green the Earth. The competition received many great entries.
This year, we decided to hold a video competition with the same theme. San Diego County students, ages 6-18, were invited to create a 1-2 minute video explaining a green idea that they and their friends could do to help green the Earth. We received many great submissions (you can watch all of them here) and the judges had the arduous task of choosing five winners for the $500 scholarship prizes.
After some long discussions the judges chose the top five. Here they in order from youngest to oldest:
Little Miss Green Queen 2009:
Green Skills For Life: Water Conservation:
Going Vegetarian for One Day: