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Career Center Students Earn Accolades in VSBA Video Contest

Career Center Students Earn Accolades in VSBA Video Contest Arlington Career Center juniors Jeremy Cannon and Evan Horowitz placed second in the first annual student video contest sponsored by the Virginia School Boards Association (VSBA). The winners were announced at the Opening General Session of the VSBA Annual Convention on Nov. 14. Students were asked to create a 30-second video around the theme, “there is no app for that.” The contest gave students the opportunity to create a thought-provoking video individually, in a small group or as a class project. Videos were judged on how well they addressed the topic, the quality of the production of the video, as well as the depth of thought and creativity of the video. Both Cannon and Horowitz are in Tom O’Day’s TV/Multimedia Production II class at the Career Center. The contest was open to Virginia public school students in grades K-12.