Scholarship Video Contest

Here at Wells Call Injury Lawyers, we care about making our roads safer by holding dangerous drivers accountable for their actions.

Still, we see too many people who have been hurt from unsafe drivers. There are many different ways that drivers break the rules of the road that are there to keep us all safe: drunk driving, distracted driving, reckless driving, speeding, drowsy driving, and more.

We also believe that YOU can help make our roads safer by raising awareness of driving safety.  

That’s why we’re sponsoring this contest with huge prizes for high school students to come up with short videos that promote driver safety. 

Prizes

  • 1st Place: $5,000 plus $1,000 donated to their school 
  • 2nd Place: $2,500 plus $750 donated to their school 
  • 3rd place: $1,000 plus $500 donated to their school 

Details

WHAT: Each video must be 30-60 seconds long and must promote safe driving. Use your creativity to come up with a compelling video. Keep it clean-No Profanity. Also, you must be safe in the filming of your video. We don’t want you breaking any traffic safety laws just to make your video.  

WHO: This contest is open to all high school students currently residing in or attending high school in California. 

Can you work in teams? Yes. You may work on your own or as a team. However, if you work as a team, the prize will be split evenly between your team members. 

WHEN: All videos must be submitted on or before April 3, 2023. Online voting will take place from April 7-28, 2023.

During the voting period, anybody is able to vote for your video, so be sure to share it on all your social media channels and with everyone you know. It’s a good idea to submit your video early to start getting the word out to people who can vote for you.  

After the online voting, the top 10 vote-getters will then be judged by a panel of professionals including attorneys, video producers, and educators to determine the 3 winners.  

The winner will be announced by May 3, 2023. 

Registration Information

  • Name
  • Address
  • Email
  • Cell Phone
  • Grade in School
  • School
  • Address of school

How to Apply

See the Video Submissions

Where to Vote