SSO:USA Student Video Contest

SSO:USA 2018 Student Video Contest Information and Official Rules

The Society for the Study of Occupation: USA invites students to participate in the “What 
is Occupational Science?” Video Contest!

Deadline for Submission
:
February 16, 2019 
Who can submit?  Any occupational science or occupational therapy student
How many submissions? One per student or group (up to 3 students within a group submission)
Length of video: No more than 5 minutes
Content:  Answer the question: “What is Occupational Science? and How does Occupational 
Science benefit humanity?”

Technical requirements: Upload to YouTube.  In the privacy settings for the video, select “public” or 
“unlisted”

Awards:

First place*
     
    • Video will be recognized at AOTA SSO booth and SSO Annual Conference
    • Free SSO conference registration*
    • 1 year student membership in SSO*
Second place*      
    • Video will be recognized at AOTA SSO booth and SSO Annual Conference
    • 1 year student membership in SSO*
Third place*          
    • Video will be recognized at AOTA SSO booth and SSO Annual Conference

 
Procedure:

1. Create a video that answers the question “What is Occupational Science? and How does Occupational Science benefit humanity?” 
within 5 minutes, according to the above technical 
requirements
2. Download the following documents and upload them via this web-based form by February 16, 2019:
    1. Signed entry form
    2. Signed release form for each person who is shown in the video
3. Submit an embedded link from a video hosting system (YouTube) via the web-based form
4. Entrants will receive notification if submission meets requirements for consideration
5. All entrants will be notified by April 1, 2019 whether their entry is an award-winner or not

 

Official Rules:

1. Entries that do not comply with the Official Rules (within this section) or do not complete steps 1-3 above will be disqualified.
2. No entry can contain any third-party copyrighted material, other than elements owned by the entrant(s).
3. No entry can contain third-party trademarks or logos.
4. Use of the SSO:USA logo is not permitted.
5. If any individuals depicted are a minor, entrant must obtain the signature of the individual’s parent or guardian on a Video Release form.
6. Entries cannot contain sexually explicit content, vulgar language, or biased information.

You may view and download a copy of these official rules here.

*for all students (up to 3) in the group that created the winning video