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Video Contest Go Go GEO Challenge


Through the use of video and social media, junior and senior high school students have a unique opportunity to showcase their creativity and compete for close to $60,000 in scholarship dollars and grants. The Go Go Geo Scholarship Video Challenge will officially be launched to schools on Jan. 7, 2013; however, information will be available on Dec. 1 via the contest website – http:// www.GoGoGeoChallenge. com/.


The Touchstone Energy® Cooperatives are the title spon- sor for this event, with geother- mal manufacturers, including ClimateMaster, Bosch and WaterFurnace, as co-sponsors. Kay Electric is a member of this Touchstone Energy Coopera- tive alliance.


Eligible students will be chal- lenged to use their creativity in the production of a one to three minute video. Seven message themes have been created for the contest, with each having a geothermal significance. Infor- mation on the contest website will offer participants a general understanding of each theme, along with references to ex- pand their knowledge base on each subject. Participants must


have a minimum of three of the geothermal-related themes covered in their video entry. On the submission deadline date, video entries will all be posted online simultaneously for all to see and vote for their favorites. While videography will play a small percentage in the overall judging, creativity, message delivery and accu- racy are of greater importance. Online voting and interviews will also be of part of the final competition.


The Challenge will consist of a Regional Competition, which will divide contestants into five regions, based on zip code. The top winner from each region will advance to the Final Competition to compete for even more scholarship dollars. At the regional level, scholar- ship amounts (in each region) include: first place - $3,000; second place – $2,000 and third place - $1,000. In addi- tion, the respective school of each of the first place winners will be awarded a $2,500 edu- cational grant.


As for the final level of com- petition, the five winners will meet with judges in Oklahoma City for the final scoring and winner announcement. At this


level, scholarship amounts include: first place - $7,000; second place - $3,500 and third place - $2,000. Again, the school of the first place winner will be awarded a $2,500 edu- cational grant.


With these scholarship dollars being offered, the top winners have the potential to win a valuable option for the future. For example, if a winner were to capture first place at both the regional and final levels, a $10,000 scholarship would be granted to that student(s), which would certainly boost the beginning of a college educa- tion.


Any high school junior or senior residing in Oklahoma or within the service territory of the four New Mexico coop- eratives served by Western Farmers Electric Cooperative (WFEC) is eligible to partici- pate. A list of eligible zip codes will be posted on the contest website.


For team entries, scholarship funds will be distributed equally, if their entry is designated as the winner. Teams are limited to three members.


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