The Challenge is simple: high school and college students simply must produce and submit a creative cancer awareness video of three minutes or less between January 1 and March 31. There are no costs to enter and students retain copyright to their own work.

Teachers are vital to getting students involved, but we know that you’re busy and often funding classroom activities from your own pocket. So we’ve made it as easy as possible for you–including providing grants to help your students make their best video. You can sign your entire class up as a group project, or encourage them to register individually



Teacher Benefits

  • $100 for your classroom with at least one student video submission 
  • A $200 grant for whatever you need to get your students involved, via quick and easy online application
  • Teachers and schools of winning students will receive awards and extra money
  • Great, interactive way to teach your class: 
    • Teamwork and collaboration 
    • Writing and editing 
    • Production and editing of videos  
    • Research and organizational skill 
    • Working for a targeted audience on a deadline 
    • The importance of the early detection of cancer 
  • Support your own curriculum while also teaching your students about the early detection of cancer and allowing them to be creative 

Grant Application Form

Student Promo Videos

These videos were created by students at Fort Collins High School to help encourage other students to participate in the Challenge. Will your students get involved and potentially have their videos in the spotlight next year?