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Video contest on volunteering

High school students can win a $1,000 scholarship for creating a short video explaining why community service is important.
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High school students can win a $1,000 scholarship for creating a short video explaining why community service is important.

The x2VOL Video Contest, sponsored by intelliVOL—which developed the x2VOL volunteer tracking and reporting system for high schools—runs through September 30, 2011. A $1,000 and two $500 scholarships will be awarded to students who best convey volunteerism’s importance. Videos must be two minutes or less and submitted by midnight on Friday, Sept. 30, 2011. Details and guidelines at intellivol.com/videocontest.

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