National Commission for Health Education Credentialing
2018 Video Contest
2018 Theme: A Day in the Life of a CHES®/MCHES®
Video Contest Guidelines
Below are the requirements for the video submissions:
- Videos should be 90 seconds to 2 minutes in length (longer submission will not be considered)
- Must be filmed horizontally on phone or Webcam
- Include transcript with video
- Sign an agreement stating NCHEC owns the copyright, can publish the video on its Web site and/or social media outlets including YouTube, and use in other outreach strategies
- Upload the video to YouTube using the instruction provided – you can upload and share unlisted videos.
- Submit the video link and the transcript (pdf document) with “Video Contest Submission” in the subject line to email@example.com by October 1st
- One entry per individual
- Entries must be submitted by the October 1st deadline
- To help stimulate ideas, consider these questions (not required):
- Describe your daily workplace/job setting
- What duties of a health education specialist do you perform in your position?
- Can you describe a memorable professional experience where you utilized your certification?
- What are the benefits of the CHES®/MCHES® to you and your employer?
Want to view the 2017 video contest winner for ideas? CLICK HERE.
Email video submission link and transcript to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2018 Infographic Contest - new!
Enter NCHEC's 2018 Infographic contest today - there are two categories available: CHES®/MCHES® or Non-CHES/Student
Below are the requirements for the infographic submissions:
- Infographics must be submitted in pdf or jpeg format through email with “Infographic Contest Submission” in the subject line to email@example.com by December 31st.
- Include a short written summary of what your infographic accomplishes (body of your email is acceptable)
- Include any and all references/citations/sources used in your infographic
- Sign an agreement stating NCHEC owns the copyright, can publish the infographic on its Web site and/or social media outlets, and use in future outreach strategies
- One entry per individual
- All entries must be orginal work created by the entrant; images must have copyright permission/use permission
- Entries must be submitted by the December 31st deadline
To help stimulate ideas, consider these themes/ideas (not required):
- Steps to Becoming CHES® or MCHES® Certified
- Why I Chose CHES® or MCHES® Certification
- What Being CHES® or MCHES® Means to Me
- How I Prepared for My CHES® or MCHES® Exam – and Passed!
- Ways for CHES®/MCHES® to Network
- How I Found my CHES® or MCHES® Job Opportunity!
Student Category theme/idea suggestions:
- Why I Want to Become CHES® or MCHES® certified
- How CHES® or MCHES® certification can help during a job interview
- My career strategy (include CHES® or MCHES® certification)
Free infographic creator: www.venngage.com
Royalty-free images: www.pixabay.com
Contact Jess Wessner at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions