How to Submit a Video

Video Requirements

Video must be the original work of the Participant, and must not infringe upon the copyrights, trademarks, rights of privacy, publicity, or other intellectual property of any person or entity.  By submitting a video, Participant represents that he/she and any person appearing or who are identifiable in the video consent to the submission and use of the video.

How to Submit a Video with Application Form

  • Submit the link to your video on the application
  • To be considered, your video must be posted on YouTube or similar video-sharing site.
  • Videos cannot exceed 300 seconds (5 minutes) in length, which includes the title and credits.
  • All completed applications must be received by April 1, 2016 at 11:00 pm to be considered for the Glenn English Scholarship (“Application Time Period.”)
  • Videos received from any person or email address in excess of the limitation will not be reviewed after the 300 second (5-minute) mark.
  • Your application will be rejected if it is incomplete or the video does not comply with the requirements below.
  • Without limitation, the Foundation is not responsible for late, lost, misdirected, delayed, incomplete or incompatible submissions.

Content of Video

In video, applicants shall address the following:

  • Introduce applicant and indicate why he/she believes he/she should receive the Glenn English Scholarship;
  • Identify degree of study and how this individual believes his/her education can benefit his/her community;
  • Address how the applicant’s participation in the Youth Tour has impacted his/her career decisions going forward;
  • Identify one or more of the cooperative principles and share a real life situation in which you have applied or demonstrated the principles
  • State any additional facts the applicant believes is relevant for consideration of this scholarship.

Video shall not contain, as determined by the Sponsor, in its sole discretion, any content that is or could be considered inappropriate, unsuitable, or offensive, all as determined by the Sponsor in its sole discretion or violates any law.

The video will be judged on the following criteria:

  • Organization: Was your personal statement well organized and easy to follow?
  • Content: Did the applicant address the content listed above?
  • Oral Presentation Skills: Did the applicant have a polished delivery and show excitement about the co-op mission?
  • Overall Presentation: Does the applicant project confidence and compelling reasons to be awarded this scholarship?