In the KidVid Contest, sponsored by FSYF and FSI's Overseas Briefing Center, students ages 10-18 produced DVDs about life, from their perspectives at overseas posts.
To honor Foreign Service youth who demonstrate outstanding community volunteerism, the FSYF gave two winners prize money.
Each year, FSYF's Community Service Contest recognizes FS youth who demonstrate outstanding local volunteerism.
Information about the FSYF and AAFSW awards programs can be found on the organizations' websites: FSYF.org and AAFSW.org.
The videos are on the Contests and Awards section of the FSYF
The annual worldwide kid vid contest, sponsored by FSYF and FSI's Overseas Briefing Center (OBC), asked students ages 10-18 to produce a DVD about life at an overseas post from a young person's perspective.
Each year, FSYF's community service contest recognizes Foreign Service youth who demonstrate outstanding volunteer efforts for their communities or peers.
The KidVid Contest, sponsored by FSYF
and the Overseas Briefing Center (OBC) of the Foreign Service Institute, asked students ages 10-18 to produce a DVD about life at an overseas post from a young person's perspective.
Academic Merit Award for two college-bound high school seniors or gap-year students who are FSYF
members went to Brett Fouss and Meredith Hilton, who received prize money from FSYF
This year's FSYF
Art Contest theme was "Color My World." Ten winners in each of three age categories received cash prizes from the State Department Federal Credit Union.
This year, FSYF
added an environmental project category.
The annual FSYF
Community Service Awards honor Foreign Service youth for outstanding voluntary service to their communities or peers.