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High School Students Can Win $10,000 in Opioid Prevention Video Contest

First place wins $10,000; second, $5,000; and third, $1,000.

Deadline to enter is March 6

Local high school students have a chance to win $10,000 and make a statement in the national opioid epidemic.

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has announced a contest in which high school students from across the nation create 30-60-second public service announcements.

The videos can send a message to peers about the dangers of prescription opioids.

The deadline to submit videos is March 6.

Second place wins $5,000 and first place $1,000.

“Grab your camera, recruit your friends, and submit your video for a chance to win $10,000 and other great prizes. Help lead the change in schools,” the contest announcement states.

Click here for the full contest details.

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