Third Annual CareerSafe® National Youth Safety Video Contest Student Submissions Due March 1, 2013

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Winners will be announced at the 2013 SkillsUSA® Leadership and Skills Conference Opening Ceremony; first place to receive $2,500 scholarship and $5,000 toward school programs.

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In an effort to educate America’s youth and raise awareness of workplace safety, CareerSafe® is excited to announce the third annual National Youth Safety Video Contest. Just in time for National CTE Month, the contest is open to secondary and post-secondary Career and Technical Education (CTE) students and provides young workers the opportunity to showcase their creativity through developing their own workplace safety training video. All student submissions are due by March 1, 2013. For information on submission guidelines and eligibility, please visit the CareerSafe® web site,

Winners will be announced at this year’s SkillsUSA® Leadership and Skills Conference. First, second and third place winners will receive both a scholarship prize as well as a contribution to school programs.

First place will receive a $2,500 scholarship for the winning student/group and a $5,000 prize for the school.

Second place will receive a $2,000 scholarship for the winning student/group and $3,500 prize to the school.

Third place will receive a $1,500 scholarship for the winning student/group and $2,000 prize for the school.

About CareerSafe®

Since 2003, more than 398,000 students have completed the OSHA 10-hour training course through CareerSafe®’s online coursework, with approximately 50,000 students completing the course annually. By providing fundamental safety knowledge to entry-level workers, students enter the workforce more confident, capable and efficient. CareerSafe’s OSHA 10-Hour training courses give students the opportunity to lay a long-term groundwork for future career success. At a cost of $25 per student, CareerSafe provides the most affordable OSHA training programs in the country. America’s youth are our future. Make safety a priority.

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