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July 7, 2016 - CareerSafe®, Safety Education for America’s Future, has announced the winner of the National Cyber Safety PSA Scholarship Contest. The celebration took place during the 2016 FCCLA National Leadership Conference on July 3rd through July 7th in San Diego, California.

The National Cyber Safety PSA Scholarship Contest, organized by CareerSafe, challenges students to create an audio PSA that conveys a message related to the importance of safe online behavior. With this scholarship, students are given the opportunity to show their creativity and knowledge of online safety. All PSAs that were submitted showed dedication, commitment, and enthusiasm for increasing safety awareness related to interacting and communicating online.

At this year’s 2016 FCCLA National Leadership Conference, the winner was announced in front of nearly 10,000 conference attendees. The winning student will have their audio clip broadcast nationwide through the National Association of Broadcasters airways as well as receive a $1,000 scholarship.

First place went to Columbus Career and College Academy for the PSA entitled, What if it was you?

CareerSafe is privileged to be supporting America’s future workforce throughout their education. CareerSafe would to congratulate Columbus Career and College Academy on the win of this year’s National Cyber Safety PSA Scholarship Contest!

Thank you for all of the creative submissions and stay connected for next year's contest!