Monique Coleman and Youth Service America have teamed up for the “What’s Your M.O.?” video contest.

What’s your passion and what you are doing to make a difference? Is it the environment, promoting healthy body image, addressing bullying? Monique and YSA want to know how you are drawing awareness to an issue and getting your friends and peers to make a change, and you can create a video telling Monique Coleman and YSA just that.

To showcase how you are making a difference! The winner’s video will be featured on GimmeMo and s/he also will have a 15-minute exclusive Skype chat with Monique Coleman herself. Date and time of chat TBD and will be at GimmeMo’s discretion.

Upload your video to You Tube and use the tag, “What’s Your M.O.?” If you don’t have a YouTube account you can sign up for free. Also send the link to You MUST do both to be eligible to win.

Teens 13-18, open internationally except entries from the following countries: Balkans (Serbia and Montenegro, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Kosovo), Belarus, Burma (Myanmar), Cote D’Ivoire, Cuba, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iran, Lebanon, Liberia, North Korea, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Syria or Zimbabwe. Employees and family members of employees at GimmeMo and YSA are not eligible to win.

The contest will run 10/31/2011 – 11/11/2011. Entries must be submitted to YouTube and via email by 11:59PM EST, Friday, November 11 to be eligible.

Watch a video of Monique Coleman talking about the video contest here.

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