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CareerSafe® Announces a New $500 Scholarship Opportunity for Students. Learn more...

January Classroom Highlight - Phillip Cronin, Southeast Polk High School, Pleasant Hill, Iowa Learn more...

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CareerSafe® Announces the Winners of the 2013-2014 National Youth Safety Video Contest. Learn more...

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March Classroom Highlight Ben Barber Career Tech Academy, Mansfield ISD - Casey Lee Learn more...

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Now Available: CareerSafe® has launched a one hour CareerSafe® Cyber Safety Awareness Training. Learn more...

Winners of the 2013 National Youth Safety Video Contest Announced by CareerSafe®Learn more...

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CareerSafe®, along with SkillsUSA and OSHA, to sponsor National  Young Worker Safety Day! Learn more...

Voting Completed! The 15 finalists of our third annual National Youth Safety Video Contest have been announced! Learn more...

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CareerSafe® to sponsor the 2013 3rd Annual National Youth Safety Video Contest. Learn more...

National Young Worker Safety Day - June 25, 2012 CareerSafe® and SkillsUSA® have partnered to raise awareness of youth injuries and fatalities in the workplace. Learn more...

Winners of the 2012 National Youth Safety Video Contest Announced by CareerSafe® Learn more...

Winners of the National Youth Safety Video Contest Announced by CareerSafe®

The second annual National Youth Safety Video Contest, organized by CareerSafe®, gives students the opportunity to show their creativity through creating their own workplace safety training video. All videos submitted showed dedication, commitment and enthusiasm for increasing safety awareness among America’s youth. “The video contest was a great experience for our students, they took ownership over the contest and tried their hardest to present a professional and informative video,” stated Alvie Armstrong, educator at The Summit Academy.

At this years SkillsUSA® Leadership and Skills Conference, the winners were announced in front of nearly 10,000 conference attendees. First, second and third place winners received both a scholarship price as well as a contribution to school programs.

  • First place received a $2,500 scholarship to the winning student/group and a $5,000 prize to the school.
  • Second place received a $2,000 scholarship to the winning student/group and $3,500 prize to the school.
  • Third place received a $1,500 scholarship to the winning student/group and $2,000 prize to the school.

First place went to Passaic County Technical Institute in Wayne, New Jersey. The innovative video combined quirky animation and safety education that elevated the learning experience. Second place went to Sandy Creek High school in Tyrone, GA, and third place went to Spotsylvania Career and Technical Institute in Spotsylvania, Virginia.

To watch the videos visit the CareerSafe YouTube Channel.

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CareerSafe Safety Video Contest - The winners will be announced for the 2011-2012 CareerSafe National Youth Safety Video Contest at the SkillsUSA National Skills and Leadership Conference Opening Ceremony.  The goal of the contest was to help create awareness for young worker safety and health.  With several entries from across the country depicting the importance of youth safety in the workplace.  With the help from our judges at national SkillsUSA, Federal OSHA, and CareerSafe, we are proud to announce the winners at this event.

Fist place will receive a $2,500 scholarship to the winning student/group and a $5,000 prize to the school.

Second place will receive a $2,000 scholarship to the winning student/group and $3,500 prize to the school.

Third place will receive a $1,500 scholarship to the winning student/group and $2,000 prize to the school.

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National Young Worker Safety Day - Once again the dynamic team of CareerSafe® and SkillsUSA® have partnered to raise awareness of youth injuries and fatalities in the workplace. The 2012 National Young Worker Safety Day will take place on June 25, 2012 during the SkillsUSA® National Leadership and Skills Conference in Kansas City, MO (http://www.skillsusa.org/events/nlsc.shtml).

During this year's SkillsUSA® National Leadership and Skills Conference, SkillsUSA® has invited OSHA Region VII Administrator, Charles Adkins, to speak to the students about young worker safety at the Opening Ceremony. CareerSafe will add to this dynamic conference with an opportunity for students to give personal accounts of their experiences with a testimonial video booth, take home fun giveaways, registers for prizes, and participate in Safety Awareness Challenges in the form of games. To kick off this well-rounded conference, SkillsUSA® and CareerSafe will announce the winners of the Youth Workplace Safety Videos and awards will be presented by OSHA Region VII Administrator, Charles Adkins.

CareerSafe® Online allows teachers and administrators to provide a cost effective, fully integrated and self-administered 10-Houro OSHA training course to students ages 16-24. CareerSafe® is targeted at making a significant and critical impact on decreasing the number of young worker injuries and fatalities in the United States. Every two minutes one young worker is injured in the workplace. Every seven minutes one young worker is hospitalized because of a workplace injury. Every five days one young worker is killed in the workplace. These staggering statistics apply to 80% of all students before they graduate from high school.

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