Music Empowers Foundation Celebrates "Music in Our Schools Month"
We know your music
teacher matters to you.
Tell us why and your school music program might win a $2,500
grant from the Music Empowers Foundation.
Lights, Camera, Action - Win!
All you or you school needs to do is send us a one minute video
explaining why your school's music program and your music teachers
We are interested in hearing things such as
the music program/teachers have helped make you a better
your music teachers have encouraged and developed your and
other students' creativity
being involved in your schools music program made you a
stronger leader or a better team player
All videos submitted will be reviewed by a panel of
representatives from some of the largest and most prestigious music
education charities in the U.S., including: Little Kids Rock and
Berklee College of Music's "City Music Program". The school
music program featured in the top video will receive a $2,500 grant
from the Music Empowers Foundation.
Videos submitted will be featured on the Music Empowers website
and on the Foundation's Facebook page. Sharing
of videos is strongly encouraged.
Here Is How To Enter:
1Tell us via a 60-second
video why your schools music program and music
teacher(s) are important to you and your classmates.
2Upload your video to
YouTube( be sure to keep your settings public
). Don't have a YouTube account? Learn how to
set one up. Get help uploading your video
video using the form below, please provide your name,
email and link (click "share" on YouTube to access your
video's link) to your video.
4Watch the submitted
videos here on our Web site; we'll also be
featuring submitted videos randomly via Facebook and Twitter.
Contest Winners will be announced shortly after April 12th.
In order to be considered for a prize, submitted videos
1. Explain why, in your/your classmates
opinion(s) your schools music programs and its teachers matter,
I.e.: Why are they important?
2. Videos must be approximately one minute in
length. (We reserve the right to disqualify videos that are
significantly longer than 1 minute).
3. The person who officially submits the video
must be 18 years of age or older and will be responsible for
obtaining permission to appear in the video from all
4. Videos, once submitted, will become the
property of the Music Empowers Foundation, which reserves the right
to use all videos for Foundation promotional efforts including, but
not limited to: social media, Web usage, press releases and
Video submissions will be judged based upon content of the message
and creativity of the delivery. The top video will be selected by
representatives of Music Empowers Foundation, Little Kids Rock , and
Berklee College of Music's "Berklee City Music". The top video and the
school music program to receive the $2,500 grant will be announced
shortly after April 12, 2013.
The winning video will receive a:
To their school's music program
Music Empowers reserves the right not to accept any videos that are
longer than one minute, contain inappropriate content or do not meet the
standards of the Foundation. Submitter of the video must be 18 years of age
or older and must obtain permission from all participants to appear in the
video. By submitting a video, you grant Music Empowers Foundation, Inc. the
right to use the video on its website, Facebook page, Twitter feed and
other promotional/social media vehicles deemed appropriate by the
Foundation to promote Music Empowers and its mission.