We are so proud of the work that you have done and the impact that you have achieved. We have seen projects range from neighborhood safety, to raising awareness about mental health and sexual abuse. You have created original documentaries and held events and workshops for young and older in your local communities. The common thread is that these are the issues that you and your teams have identified as most urgent, and have taken steps to solve in your communities. It isn't easy, but it is awesome. Thank you for being a part of it!
There is one final piece, of course. We will be awarding teams to continue your work with additional resources, and recognizing individual leadership with scholarships.
Once you complete this form and turn in the link for your website and video presentation, we will share it with our panel of judges. The award decisions will based on these reviews. It is possible for each team to only win one award.
The website will serve as your report and the video will serve as your (virtual) presentation. This should be straightforward, easy to navigate, and aligned with the guidelines that we have provided. The most important thing is to communicate the story of your team and share as much compelling information about what you did as possible. We are here to help, please let us know if you have any questions.
Thank you and good luck!
The deadline for the website and the video is May 5th.
To see rubrics and guidelines go to http://www.girls-build.org/curriculum.html