Participants in this year's Teen Videofest included members of Girls, Inc., a local teen youth organization.
Teen Videofest 2019 held it's award ceremony on Friday, April 12 at the Dr. Marion J. Brooks Building, headquarters of Tarrant County Public Health.
For 2019, there were a total of 51 videos entered, with 168 participants from four schools, three independent school districts and two teen organizations.
Here are the categories for this year's competition, along with the number of entries:
Bullying: 12 videos
Depression: 24 videos
Sexually Transmitted Infections: 3 videos
Underage Drinking: 12 videos
The full winners list can be found on the Teen Videofest 2019 Winners page in the left column.
First place winners in each category can be found on the Teen Videofest 2019 Facebook page.
All winning videos will soon be placed on Tarrant County Public Health's YouTube page. Please continue to check back for that link.
Congratulations to all winners and thank you to all who took part and participating!
Stay tuned to this web page for future announcements regarding Teen Videofest 2020!
Teen VideoFest offers teenagers the chance to speak out -- through video -- on an aspect of teen health that they feel is important.
Teen VideoFest, a project of Tarrant County Public Health, is also a contest that provides teenagers with a meaningful, exciting and worthwhile project that requires compassion, creativity, cooperation and team work. It's also a project that can have a lasting impact, improve health and maybe save someone's life. The community benefits by having the opportunity to see serious teen health issues, problems and threats through teenage eyes.
More importantly, Teen VideoFest gives our teens a meaningful and enjoyable way to help other teens improve their health and well-being through the positive messages they incorporate in their videos.
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