Anti-Vaping PSA Contest Open to Secondary Students
Montgomery County students in Grades 6–12 are encouraged to create an original video public service announcement (PSA) as part of the county’s anti-vaping campaign. Co-sponsored by MCPS and Healthy Montgomery, the county’s community health improvement program, the goal of the contest is to promote awareness of the dangers of vaping (the use of e-cigarettes).
The submission deadline is Friday, Dec. 20.
Students can enter the contest on their own or as a group; however, students may only participate in one entry. The winning PSAs will be announced in February and cash prizes will be given to the first place, second place and third place entries.
Find out more about entry rules and submission instructions on the Healthy Montgomery website.
The anti-vaping, tobacco prevention campaign is a collaboration of the County’s Department of Health and Human Services, Montgomery County Public Schools and Healthy Montgomery. The contest is made possible by the support of Trinity Health, Holy Cross Health and the Institute for Public Health Innovation through Trinity Health’s Transforming Communities Initiative.