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BOOF 2015: Poster Contest!

BOOF

  • The Challenge: Create an original poster (digital or non-digital) to illustrate our theme “Gambling can cause bad consequences and harm yourself & others”
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  • Who is Eligible: All high school youth
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  • The Prizes: 1st prize is $50, 2nd prize is $35, and 3rd prize is $15
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  • Congratulation to all the winners!

     

    1st Place: Poster

         Chu Ping Li (Marshall HS)

     

    2nd Place: Poster

        Becky Chen (Galileo HS)

     

    3rd Place: Poster

        Shuqi Liu (Marshall HS)

 

 

BOOF 2014: Youth Problem-Gambling Awareness Slogan Competition

BOOF

  • The Challenge: Submit an original slogan, which is no longer than 20 words, to raise the awareness of teenager gambling issues.
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  • Who is Eligible: All high school teenagers. Limit one submission per person in each language categories (English and Chinese)
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  • The Prizes: 1st prize $40, 2nd prize $25, and 3rd prize $10
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  • Congratulation to all the winners!

    Winners will be contacted through email

     

  • English

    1st Place: Hui Min Peng (10th Grade)

         "Life is like a gamble, easy to get in trouble"

      

    2nd Place: Yan Li Li (11th Grade)

         "Save your life from stopping the gambling!"

     

    3rd Place: Lauren Wu (11th Grade)

         "Say no to gambling, it's never too late to make a better change"

     

    Chinese

    1st Place: Farren Wu (10th Grade)

         "賭博傷心又傷身,何必陷得那麼深"

      

    2nd Place: Yuyu Huang (11th Grade)

         "家人之憂,憂你之賭,賭海無涯,涯邊勒馬"

     

    3rd Place: Xueer (Mario) Zeng (11th Grade)

         "賭沒有方程式,結果是不可預計的"

 

 

BOOF 2013: Poster Contest!

BOOF

  • The Challenge: Create an original poster (digital or non-digital) which includes the statement “Don’t Bet Your Loved Ones On The Game 輸晒感情博唔過” and illustrate the idea that teenager gambling can be controlled.
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  • Who is Eligible: All youths who are ages 13-19.
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  • The Prizes: 1st prize is $90, 2nd prize is $40, and 3rd prize is $20
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  • Congratulation to all the winners!

     

    Winners will be contacted through email.

    1st Place: Poster

         Qiwen Zhao (10th Grade)

     

    2nd Place: Poster

        Hao Yu Chen (9th Grade)

     

    3rd Place: Poster

        Yuen Ching (Agnes) Sung (11th Grade)

 

 

BOOF 2013: Film Concept Competition!

BOOF

  • The Challenge: Create and submit an original film concept no longer than 3 minutes about teenager gambling issue. The concept should be presented in a storyboard format and can include a script and list of shots that would be included in the final film.
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  • Who is Eligible: This competition is open to youths who are ages 13-19. Entries may be submitted by individuals or a team (no more than 3 members per team)
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  • The Prizes: 1st prize is $90, 2nd prize is $40, and 3rd prize is $20
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  • Congratulation to all the winners!

    Winners will be contacted through email.

     

  • 1st Place: Hao Yu (Becky) Chen

    (9th Grade, Galileo Academy of Science & Technology High School)

     

  • 2nd Place:Anges Sung

    (11th Grade, Galileo Academy of Science & Technology High School)

     

  • 3rd Place:Qi Hao Yu

    (10th Grade, San Francisco International High School)

     

 

BOOF 2012: Poster Contest!

BOOF

  • The Challenge: Create an original poster (digital or non-digital) which includes the statement “Your fate is in your hands” and illustrate the idea that teenager gambling can be controlled.
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  • Who is Eligible: All youths who are ages 13-19.
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  • The Prizes: 1st prize is $70, 2nd prize is $30
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  • Congratulation to all the winners!

     

    Winners will be contacted through email.

    1st Place: Poster

         Qiwen Zhao (9th Grade)

     

    2nd Place: Poster

        Kitty Mei (10th Grade)

     

    3rd Place: Poster

        Yin Yin Winnie Huang (10th Grade)

 

 

BOOF 2012: Film Concept Competition!

BOOF

  • The Challenge: Create and submit an original film concept no longer than three minutes about teenager gambling issue. The concept should be presented in a storyboard format and can include a script and list of shots that would be included in the final film.
  •  
  • Who is Eligible: This competition is open to youths who are ages 13-19. Entries may be submitted by individuals or a team (no more than three members per team)
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  • The Prizes: 1st prize is $50, 2nd prize is $30, and 3rd prize is $20
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  • Congratulation to all the winners!

     

    Winners will be contacted through email.

    1st Place: Storyboard

         Mandy Lei (9th Grade), Sophia Cheung (9th Grade), and Rain Zhang (9th Grade)

     

    2nd Place: Storyboard

         Xitong Lin (12th Grade)

     

    3rd Place: Storyboard

         Mei Yu Chen (11th Grade)

 

BOOF 2011: Spotlight Festival

BOOF

  • Date: 6/19/2011 - 6/22/2011
  • Location: Anaheim, CA
  • Summary: Betting on Our Future (BOOF) is a youth-driven problem gambling awareness campaign supported by the California Friday Night Live Partnership through a grant from the California Office of Problem Gambling. In June 2011, students from across California attended and participated in the second Betting On Our Future (BOOF) "Spotlight Festival".
  • Please check out the The BOOF Fan Page for more details

 

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*See more pictures at the BOOF Facebook Gallery

 

 

 

Teen Summit 2008: Exploring a World of Possibilities

World Mural Project

  • Date: 8/5/2008 - 8/10/2008
  • Location: Boston, MA
  • Summary: Over 300 teens and their chaperones from 20 countries have traveled to Boston for a global Teen Summit, hosted by the Intel Computer Clubhouse Network. Youth leaders, ages from 13 to 18 have used their technology skills, teamwork, and their imaginations to help create solutions for issues faced by their communities. Activities included but not limited to: hands-on exploration of new technologies, career and college fair, presentations and demonstrations by industry professionals, etc.
  • Please check out the Clubhouse Village for more details

 

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*See more pictures at the Gallery

 

  • Projects: Animate your life, Culture Jamming: Deconstructing and Reconstructing Media Messages, Design Squad: Engineering Your Life, Digital Storytelling, Magazine Making, Putting Yourself on the Map, Ready, Set, Action! Documenting the Teen Summit, Renovate Rooms to React to their Residents, RPGMaker Unleashed - and So are the Creatures that Haunt Northeastern, Teen Summit '08 Web Site Design, Voices, Power, Action: Organizing Our Communities, Wall Animation
  • Other: Play Video Event Video: Ready, Set, Action! (13min)

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