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Baylor CEO Chapter Calling All College Students to Cook Up a Winning Video

June 2, 2011

Baylor's Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization (CEO) represents students from all across Baylor's campus and seeks to promote ingenuity, creativity, and, of course, entrepreneurship. Baylor alumna-founded Young Chefs Academy (YCA), a worldwide kids cooking school franchise company, encourages creativity and discovery in children while safely teaching them how to cook. A fun but purposeful collaborative relationship between these two organizations has led to the creation of an exciting competition.

Baylor's CEO Chapter has teamed up with Young Chefs Academy founders Julie Burleson and Suzy Nettles to put together an exciting college contest to help launch Young Chefs Academy's latest marketing initiative, "Kids Take Over The Kitchen" (KTOK) back-to-school campaign. This initiative promotes greater child and teen involvement in the kitchen, confidence-building cooking skills, and encourages families to spend more time together at the dinner table, all while having fun. To kick off the campaign, Young Chefs is calling all college students across the country to cook up a winning video with the "KTOK" College Video Contest, for a grand prize of $5,000.

Entries should be original, thirty seconds in length and deliver Young Chefs' core messages while creating a humorous commercial worthy of viral hits. Applicants should follow the contest guidelines on Young Chefs Academy's site and make sure that their videos incorporate the fun and relatable messages that Young Chefs Academy advances every day.

Registration for the contest must be received by July 11, 2011 and the deadline for entries is August 1, 2011. Entries must be in the proper format (WMV, MOV, MP3, or MP4) and include the proper paperwork.

For more information, see the Young Chefs Academy website or contact them via email.

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