Create Real Impact Spring 2021 Video Contest
Share solutions for preventing reckless & distracted driving.
$1,500 Educational Grant

Due April 15th, 2021 - Time to get creative and speak out about the #1 killer of young people! Create Real Impact Contest calls on students, ages 14-22, to showcase their solutions and strategies to stop the #1 killer of young people–reckless and distracted driving.

As a teen, how do you talk to your friends, parents, and even your siblings about the very real dangers of reckless and distracted driving?

That is the very question Impact Teen Drivers began asking in 2007 while educating young drivers and passengers in schools about poor decision making behind the wheel. Teens across the United States all said the same thing, “let US do the messaging.” Impact Teen Drivers created the Create Real Impact Contest to ask young people, ages 14-22, to show how they would talk about the number one killer of teens in America.

Young people enter to win cash and prizes by showcasing graphic design, music, video and creative writing to address reckless and distracted driving and solve the problem. It’s that simple. This unique opportunity allows for a safe and expressive platform to speak out and create real impact.

Click the link below for Official Rules and more details.


Four Grand Prize Individual Educational Grants of $1,500 may be awarded, one per category (video, music, graphic design, and creative writing)

One $1,500 Spanish Language Winner Educational Grant will be awarded to one Spanish language entry in the category graphic design or video.

An additional way to win educational grant money is by collaborating with your local community champions to use their social media or other communication platforms to share the importance of safe driving choices.

Open only to legal residents of the fifty United States and the District of Columbia or DACA recipients between the ages of 14 and 22 years. Entrants must be enrolled as full-time students in an accredited educational institution (secondary [middle/high] school, trade school, college, or university).


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