StudentCam video contest for middle school and high school students in the United States. This annual event invites students to produce short videos about current issues related to United States government and politics.
This year's C-SPAN StudentCam contest asks students to produce a 4-6 minute video about the issue they most want presidential candidates to address during their campaigns. C-SPAN suggests that students include historical context of the issue and various viewpoints of the issue they choose.
The StudentCam contest is open to U.S. students in grades six through twelve. Submissions will be accepted beginning on November 1st. The contest deadline is January 20, 2020. All videos must include some C-SPAN footage. This year more than $100,000 in prizes will be awarded. There are separate judging categories for middle school and high school submissions. Students can work individually or in teams of up to three members. Complete contest rules can be found here.