Do you wish you were taught about money when you were younger? Do you feel improving the financial capabilities of our nations citizens can help individuals and communities through these uncertain financial times? Do you have a desire to raise awareness for a cause that can improve many areas of a person’s life?
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of the above statements, the NFEC invites you to take part in the financial literacy video campaign. Simply submit a video that helps to raise awareness about the movement. The NFEC will conduct a viral video campaign to promote your video and we appreciate your efforts. Your video should include:
1) Your thoughts on the importance of providing people (of any age) a practical financial education. This can include: your thoughts on why you feel financial literacy is important, a personal story, facts or anything you want to share on the subject.
2) Be authentic. Share it in whatever method you think will get the message across – a heartfelt message, through comedy, while performing a stunt, with the help of puppets, a serious message, while dancing…your imagination is the limit.
3) At some point in the video, this statement must be said – “I am the Financial EduNation Movement” (Ej-oo-Nation, sounds like the ‘edu’ in ‘education’) – Financial EduNation
4) *Optional: Include a 2 sentence statement about you or something you would like to promote.
Video Guidelines: must be less than 10 minutes in length and meet YouTube guidelines.
Email Traci (at@) FinancialEducatorsCouncil (.dot) org when you complete the video and we will send you the link to where you can upload your video.
Video Submission Disclaimer. Thank you for working with the National Financial Educators Council, a financial education company. By signing below you are giving the above mentioned companies the absolute right and permission to copyright and/or publish your footage in a variety of forms. By submitting your video you are giving the National Financial Educators Council the right to use your footage. The National Financial Educators Council intends to use this in its promotions / products and in a variety of ways including: Photographic Pictures, Still Pictures, Digital Pictures, Video Tapes, Movie Film, Streaming Video, Or any media in which the National Financial Educators Council may include in whole or part, in composite or distorted, in character or in form, in conjunction with additional companies and other business names. Of reproductions thereof in color or otherwise, made through any media, at this studio or elsewhere, for advertising, testimonials, trade films, web films, video tape, movie film, etc. By submitting your financial literacy video you release and discharge the National Financial Educators Council from liability arising from the commercial use of the video footage, still pictures and other material gathered for the purpose of this testimonial and interview. By submitting your video you are affirming my agreement to that you have the legal rights to upload the content. The NFEC is not responsible for any injury or damage that you cause during the filming of the video. The NFEC will not accept any videos that show illegal or dangerous behavior.