Amateur filmmakers now have a shot at a $5,000 grand prize for creating the best short video that helps college students understand credit scores. The “What’s My Score Video Contest” is part of VISA’s new financial literacy program for college students. Filmmakers have until July 31st to register and submit original, 30-second videos. Once VISA approves a video entry, each filmmaker will have the ability to embed their video on other Websites to help garner public votes for their submission while spreading the message about the significance of credit scores. Each contestant’s video will also be given its own customized “What’s My Score” Website link. A panel of judges will determine the winning video based on originality, clarity and relevance. The grand prize is $5,000. The public also has a chance to view and select their favorite videos. Makers of the first and second place videos, as determined by the votes of registered “What’s My Score” Website visitors, will win $3,000 and $2,000, respectively. For more information visit: “http://www.WhatsMyScore.org”:http://www.WhatsMyScore.org.