So tell us, do you have something important to say? Are you a motivated student who wants to succeed? If you answered “yes” to these two questions, then we want to hear from you!
In a one-minute video response -OR- a 250-word essay, please answer the following question:
"How would you use video surveillance to make a school campus safer?"
If this question interests you, then we encourage you to apply. So open up your word processing program, or get out your webcam, Smartphone camera, or video camera, and tell us what you’d do to increase safety on school grounds.
Video surveillance cameras have been used in communities for years as a way to deter vandalism and theft, and keep citizens safer. But we want you to think outside the box here – how would you use video surveillance to make a school campus safer for everyone? How would the use of surveillance help local students and faculty? You get the idea.
We’ve outlined the rules of the scholarship program below to help you better understand what we’re looking for. Remember, the more time you spend thinking about the question and what you would do, the likelier it is that we’ll see that come across in your video or essay.
The Deadline for the 2014 Scholarship has passed. Please check back later for updates about the 2015 Scholarship.