Got media? Submit to the Adobe Youth Voices Awards

March, 12 2014

Got media?  The Adobe Foundation welcomes entries for the third-annual Adobe Youth Voices (AYV) Awards, a program that recognizes digital media produced by youth ages 13-19 focused on driving social change in their communities.

The competition features seven categories representing visual storytelling methods ranging from music videos to photo essays. Participating individuals, schools and organizations are eligible to win software, hardware, and a charitable donation to a cause of their choice. Winning entries will be featured at distinguished exhibitions including international film festivals.

Eligible youth can participate by teaming with adult educators who are in the AYV partner network and/or who are registered on the AYV Community website, an online source for free curricula and tools supporting the creation of digital content in an academic context. Entries must be submitted HERE by April 18th by educators on behalf of youth participants.

About Adobe Youth Voices

Adobe Youth Voices is Adobe's global philanthropic initiative that empowers youth worldwide to comment on their world using multimedia and digital tools to communicate and share their ideas, demonstrate their potential, and take action in their communities. iEARN is one of five founding non-profit partners who helped to launch the Adobe Youth Voices program in 2006, and is currently supporting AYV programming in over 23 countries.