Digital Video Students Win Ethics Uploaded Student Video Contest

Posted by on April 17, 2012

Late last quarter members of the new Minnesota School of Business Richfield Digital Video student group, Kaizen Media Group, entered a student video contest put on by the Better Business Bureau (BBB). The contest, dubbed Ethics: Uploaded, was designed to celebrate the BBB’s 100thAnniversary by hearing from future community and business leaders. Students were tasked to create videos about how they make ethical decisions every day and what ethics means to them.

MSB’s Kaizen Media Group took home first prize in College Group or Club submission category for their work in “Change the 2 to a 1.” The following students were involved: Eric Chan, Wayne Olson, Steve Kimble, Steve Muckway, Isaac Bomstad, Cassie Olson, and student producer/writer/director Jonathan ‘Jono’ Patridge.

Left to right: Dana Badgerow (President and CEO Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota), Steve Kimble (MSB DV Student), Jonathan Patridge (MSB DV Student)

Left to right: Steve Kimble (MSB DV Student), Jonathan Patridge (MSB DV Student)

Beyond the initial winners, Ethics: Uploaded is now asking for the public’s help to vote online for the Best Buy “People’s Favorite” award. All 16 videos submitted to the contest are available to vote on until May 31st, 2012. The video with the most “Likes” on YouTube will win a $500 gift card and be further featured in conjunction with the BBB’s 100th Anniversary. To cast your vote, please visit:

For more information on the Business Ethics Summit and the BBB please visit:

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