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Your Voice, Your View Radio Contest

Your Voice, Your View Radio Contest

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2014 Winners!

First Place
East Providence High School
James Deziel, Alex Decastro, Jimmy Palana, and Jeremy Cordeiro
"Stepping IN"
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Second place
Warwick Area Career and
Technical Center
Brianna Thomas, Shane Desjean, and Betty Jo Jessop
"Creeper no Creeping"

Third Place
East Providence High School:
Ally Moriss, Taylor Silva, Sarah Lucianno, Kenneth Bond, Meghen Tarvis, and Victoria Lamarre
"It Can Happen to Anyone"

2011 Winners!

First Place
East Providence High School
Devon Brown, Kristina Basler
and Lesley Penacho
"I'm Gonna Do It Right This Time!"
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interviewed on The Rhode Show!

Second Place
Woonsocket Area Career and
Technical Center
Victoria Burgess, John Corticelli,
Joshua Hammond and Vanessa Nieves
"Day One"

Third Place
Woonsocket Area Career and
Technical Center
Amanda Abney, Lexianna Abney
and Christopher Lemire
"The Veiled Girl"

 

2011 Winners!

First Place
East Providence High School
Liza Anderson, Alexandra Maroto,
Melinda Maroto and Alex Medeiros
"Read the Signs"
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Click here to see the first place winners
interviewed on The Rhode Show!

Second Place
East Providence High School
Liza Anderson, Alexandra Maroto,
Melinda Maroto and Alex Medeiros
"The Couch"

Third Place
Met Center High School, Providence
Jamileth Payne, Joshua Kerkhoff,
Valentine Tavares, and Benjamin Lawrence
"Voice of Reason"

 

2011 Winners!

First Place
Warwick Veterans High School
Rebecca Hurd, Kristen Hyle,
Gregory Bennett, Megan Merlino
"Faces"
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Click here to see the first place winners
interviewed on The Rhode Show!

Second Place
St. Andrews School
Myles Brilhante, Melissa Gemma, Miriam Okero,
Jason Mahoney, Nick Cesare, Aleqs Gibson
"Speak Up! One Voice Can Make a Difference"

Third Place
Woonsocket Area Career & Technical Center
Vanessa Norkham, Michael Pimental, Michael Ellis,
Jenny Ounnarath, Randi Tessier
"Sexual Harassment Prevention"

 

Contest Sponsors

FOX Providence

RI Department of Health

WHAT'S IT ABOUT?
Day One of Rhode Island is inviting teenagers to make their voices heard by creating an advertisement for TV addressing sexual violence prevention.

WHO CAN ENTER THE CONTEST?
Any team of three or four teens aged 13-19 who reside in Rhode Island and have written permission of a parent or guardian. At least one male must be on each team.

Contest packets are available below and provide educational materials on sexual violence prevention concepts to help create the ad. Contest workshops are not required; however, they are designed to educate teens and facilitate discussions about preventing sexual violence.

WHAT DO TEAMS WIN?

  • First place winning TV ad will be aired on Fox Providence, and several Cox cable stations throughout the month of April!
  • Each member of the winning team will receive a $100 Apple gift card
  • Each member of the second place team will win a pair of two (2) IMAX movie passes and a snack voucher (valued at $50)
  • Each member of the third place team will win a $25 gift card to Providence Place Mall
  • All participants receive a certificate of participation.

CONTEST WORKSHOPS
Workshops are being scheduled now through Friday, March 14, 2014. Entry deadline is Monday, March 17, 2014.

WORKSHOPS REQUIREMENTS

  1. All teens and teachers participating in the Your Voice, Your View workshops will need to complete a pre-workshop questionnaire prior to the workshop. Day One staff will come to distribute questionnaires at your convenience. Teens will also be asked to fill out a post-questionnaire 3-4 weeks later. A few teens may be asked to participate in focus groups about their experience in the contest.

The workshop consists of a 60-minute workshop: a video and interactive discussion and power point presentation. Your Voice, Your View staff can bring equipment if the school/organization does not have equipment available. This year's program focus is on bystander intervention.

  1. The program will provide information packets and resources about contest guidelines and examples of student entries from previous years.
  2. The contest must be given by the classroom teacher as a class assignment where students form teams and create an ad to prevent sexual violence. A lesson plan and a team worksheet will be provided. Although all teams are not required to enter their ad, at least one entry must be submitted from each classroom that receives a workshop.

For more information contact Gloria Benson at 421-4100 X161, or gbenson@dayoneri.org.

This was a great program! Students were very engaged and interested in the topics discussed.  We will definitely participate next year!   -Teacher

The workshops were very educational and the contest activity was a great opportunity for students to discuss issues dealing with healthy relationships with other students. I hope more schools are taking advantage of this program!   - Principal

What I liked about the program was the opportunity it gave to the male students to get involved and be positive role  models for other males.   - Teacher


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