Credit union ready to hand schools cash for creativity

Credit union ready to hand schools cash for creativity

NEGAUNEE — For the 4th year in a row, Honor Credit Union is providing an opportunity for students to bring thousands of dollars to their school for their creativity.

The annual ‘Honor Video Challenge’ seeks the best video created by students that follows a theme. Two schools will receive cash prizes with the winning school getting their video played on television and a cash prize of $3,000.

“Our number one priority is the schools and the students within the schools,” said Honor Credit Union Public Relations Specialist Kelsey Niemisto, “so we want the students to be able to create these videos on their own. They can have a little bit of teacher help but the point is to get them working their creativity on this video and thinking about ‘What does Honor do in the community?'”

An info–graphic is available on Honor’s website to help the students see some of their accomplishments.

“It has some facts and figures from what we’ve actually done in the community in the past 18 months and the numbers are pretty impressive. I urge everyone to check it out.”

Video Challenge

Last year’s winning entry came from students at Ishpeming High School. You can find additional rules, regulations, and instructions by clicking here.