Teens anywhere in the United States can create a video to raise awareness about cancer prevention and win prizes up to $300!  The Meharry-Vanderbilt-TSU Cancer Partnership has launched a cancer prevention video challenge called, “5 Alive! Video Challenge.”

 The goal of the 5 Alive! Video Challenge is to raise awareness among teens and young adults about 5 things they can do to prevent cancer.

Those include:

  • HPV Vaccine
  • Avoiding Tobacco
  • Healthy Eating
  • Physical Activity
  • Skin Cancer Protection

WHO Can Participate?  Students grades 5 – 12 as well as college undergrad students in the USA

DEADLINE for Video Submission?  November 30, 2017 by 11:59pm

WHERE to Get More Information? http://www.cancervideochallenge.com

WHAT Can You Win? Pre-paid Visa Gift Card (separate prizes for Middle and High School and College Undergrad Entrants)

1st Place = $300

2nd Place = $200

3rd Place = $100

Let’s create some excitement and energy about the contest while giving young people a chance to learn more about healthy living.  Please share and let’s make this world a healthier place!

 2017 Cancer Prevention Video Challenge_FALL

 

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail
Caree McAfee, MA, CHES is an experienced community health educator (CHE) and provides research support for the Meharry-Vanderbilt-TSU Cancer Partnership. Ms. McAfee serves as the CHE for the Cancer Outreach Core, coordinating and overseeing the development and testing of health education materials used in behavioral intervention studies, such as HPV vaccine promotion and smoking cessation. Ms. McAfee assists in evaluating materials, research recruitment, intervention delivery, data collection and reporting to local and federal agencies. Ms. McAfee is part of the National Outreach Network and disseminates the cancer partnership's research-based intervention materials. She coordinates several pilot studies, the Middle TN Region Cervical Cancer Free TN Coalition, and the Vanderbilt University Medical Center's HPV Working Group.

About The Author

Caree McAfee, MA, CHES is an experienced community health educator (CHE) and provides research support for the Meharry-Vanderbilt-TSU Cancer Partnership. Ms. McAfee serves as the CHE for the Cancer Outreach Core, coordinating and overseeing the development and testing of health education materials used in behavioral intervention studies, such as HPV vaccine promotion and smoking cessation. Ms. McAfee assists in evaluating materials, research recruitment, intervention delivery, data collection and reporting to local and federal agencies. Ms. McAfee is part of the National Outreach Network and disseminates the cancer partnership's research-based intervention materials. She coordinates several pilot studies, the Middle TN Region Cervical Cancer Free TN Coalition, and the Vanderbilt University Medical Center's HPV Working Group.

Related Posts