Congratulations to all the students that participated in the Teen Safe Driving Design Contest. You all did an amazing job at bringing awareness to the dangers of distracted driving to your schools and the community.
The design contest’s 1st place prize winner receives $4,000 in scholarships. The 2nd place prize winner receives $2,500 in Scholarships¹, the 3rd place winner receives $1,500 in Scholarships¹, the 4th place winner receives $1,000 in Scholarships¹, and the 5th place winner receives $500 in Scholarships¹. Here are the 2016 Teen Safe Driving Design Contest winners:
1st PLACE: Brenda Ibarra
2nd PLACE: Elizabeth Garcia-Reyes
3rd PLACE: Zeanna Crispen
4th PLACE: Lilian Frost
5th PLACE: Xochitl Oyarvide/h3>
Car crashes are the number one
cause of death for teens ages 16-19¹
Well, here is your chance to do something about it. The SELF Movement is partnering with Hillsborough County Public Schools, the City of Tampa Police Department, The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, and The Allstate Foundation to bring awareness to this deadly statistic by hosting a Teen Safe Driving Design Contest.
So get creative and design a logo, graphic, and/or slogan that promotes safe driving habits and could appear on public display! Compete against other students and high schools in Hillsborough County for bragging rights, have your work displayed in public and win up to $4,000 in scholarships* for college! The winning artwork and school will be formally announced at a red carpet style event tentatively scheduled for May.
Get started by following these steps:
Step 1: Create a Design and Slogan
Create a design and slogan to inform and inspire your friends about the dangers of distracted or impaired driving. Creativity and educational value is more important than the quality of your drawing or graphic design. Just make sure you get the message across and follow the rules.
Step 2: Submit your design and sloganIf you hand draw a design and slogan, take a clear and legible picture following the guidelines, and upload it here to this site between February 10th and March 10th, 2016 at 11:59 PM. Computer graphic files will be uploaded and submitted using the same guidelines and upload process.
Step 3: View and voteThe public will be allowed to view, vote on, and select forty (40) finalists from the entries between March 26th and April 2nd, and a panel of independent judges will select the top designs. See the registration page for more information.
¹Facts Parents Need To Know, Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (http://www.flhsmv.gov/teens/parent_facts.html)
*Scholarships will be divided by the number of eligible students listed on the design submission.