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Is there an educator who inspires you? Do you have a story to tell about public education in Oregon?

The OEA Working Wonders Video Contest gives participants a chance to turn the spotlight on Oregon’s dedicated public school teachers, support professionals, and community college faculty and earn some money for the educator, the school, and themselves. Turn the camera on and capture a “Working Wonders” story for a chance at $1,500, $3,000 or $6,000. Because no one knows the power of public education better than those making it work every day in Oregon.

  • Videos may feature any individual licensed teacher (certified), support professional (classified), or college instructor or a group of these staff members working in Oregon’s public schools and community colleges.
  • Videos must run between 30 seconds and three minutes in length.
  • 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes will be awarded by popular vote from OEA members and the general public. Prize money will be divided between the video creator, featured educator, and featured school or college. (See official rules for prize details.)
  • Winning submissions will be featured on oregoned.org and in various promotional materials.
  • Enter by March 31, 2008.
  • For full contest rules and guidelines visit oregoned.org/videocontest.
This page was last updated on Tuesday, February 12, 2008 .