Youth Mental Awareness Project

Youth Mental Awareness

Chapters will create a school-wide or community event to educate and encourage mental wellness. The project will not be intended to be a substitute for or to be relied upon as a medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, but will be used to bring awareness to the community. Chapter will display pictures and a description of the event and what led to the planning of the event. The pictures and description will all be displayed on a magazine (booklet) created by the JAG Chapter.

"Turning Leaders into Legends and Obstacles into Opportunities"

Competition Guideline

Competition Notes

Chapter will plan, implement and host a 1 day youth community wellness event.

Chapter will clearly communicate and display the hosted project in a 5.5" x 8.5" magazine (booklet), up to 10 pages (20 front and back).

Title page must include name of the JAG Program and school, title of the youth mental awareness project.

Must include why the mental health project was selected.

The hosted mental awareness project must be a creative event and capture the planning and execution of the event entirely.

Description of activities must be included with picture of activity, including the planning of the event.

Entries must be one hundred percent (100%) student created including the pictures, creation of the magazine and editing. If the event and magazine is not student created, the entry will be disqualified.

Registration and Due Dates

One Entry Per Chapter

Pre-Judged Competition

Submission Date: March 10, 2023

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