Chance the Rapper seeks CPS students for filmmaking gig

Chance The Rapper announces a gift of $1 million to the Chicago Public School Foundation at the Westcott Elementary School, Monday, March 6, 2017, in Chicago. (KGO-TV)

Chance the Rapper is looking for a Chicago Public Schools student to direct a video he's producing, according to a tweet Wednesday morning.

The Chicago rapper said he is looking for ideas for a music video for Jamila Woods, a Chicago musician/poet/activist, and her song "LSD (featuring Chance the Rapper)."

"The winning video treatment will become a full production shoot with Jamila and Chance," the tweet said.

The winning student will shadow the directors and production crew. Other standout candidates will have the opportunity to shadow a film set department head.

High school students, including graduating seniors, are submit their video treatments (as a PDF) to

Submission deadline is June 2.

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