VideoSurveillance.com

Security Cameras & Video Surveillance Systems

Here at VideoSurveillance.com, we’re all about giving back to the community. This time, we’d like to give back to a student, so we’ve created the VideoSurveillance.com $1,000 Scholarship Program for the purpose of awarding one high school or college student with money to go towards tuition costs. Are you a creative individual? Do you have something important to say? Are you a motivated student who wants to succeed? If you answered “yes” to these three questions, then we want to hear from you!

We’re not going to make you write an essay. That’s good news, right? We thought so. Instead, we thought it’d be more interesting to hear from you in the form of a one-minute video essay. If this sounds like something you’d like to participate in, we encourage you to apply. So get out your webcams, Smartphone cameras, and video cameras and show us your intelligence, exuberance, and creativity. You will need to mention “VideoSurveillance.com” twice in your video, and if you want to stand out even more, download a copy of our logo and find a unique way to insert it in your video. For just one minute of your time, you could be awarded with a $1,000 scholarship. In your video, we’d like you to answer the following question:

"How would you use video surveillance to create a better and safer community?"

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 in your community to make it a better place? How would the use of surveillance help local residents? 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 in the video.

The Deadline for the 2013 Scholarship has passed. Please check back later for updates about the 2014 Scholarship.