UCT is calling for entries from U.S. and Canadian schools with programs for people with intellectual disabilities, or universities with programs to train special education teachers.
And the winner will receive $10,000! But that’s not all…this year UCT is awarding $5,000 to the second place winner!
The UCT Gives Back…AGAIN contest is easy to enter:
- Create a short video up to 2 minutes long about your program
- The video doesn’t need to be professionally filmed – use a video camera or phone and keep it simple
- Explain how the $10,000 would help your program
- Post the video on YouTube and complete the contest form at UCT’s Facebook page: facebook.com/UCTinAction by clicking on the “UCT Gives Back…AGAIN” contest app
- Enter by Dec. 31, 2013, for your chance to win $10,000
Video finalists will be posted on UCT’s Facebook page Feb. 3-March 14 for fans to vote on the winners, and you can vote once per day. The winning schools will be announced and awarded the $10,000, and $5,000 cash prizes in late March 2014. For more details, see the UCT Gives Back Official Rules.
Help us spread the word about UCT Gives Back…AGAIN by promoting the contest in your community!
- 8 Tips for Promoting the UCT Gives Back…AGAIN Video Contest
- Alert your local media with the UCT Gives Back…AGAIN News Release
- Encourage your local radio and TV stations to run UCT Gives Back…AGAIN Public Service Announcements
- Email or print the UCT Gives Back AGAIN Flyer to spread the word in your local community!
We’re here to help, so contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 800.848.0123, Ext. 130, with any questions!
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to legal residents of the 50 United States, D.C. (void in Puerto Rico) and Canada (excl. Quebec). Must be 18 or older (U.S.) or age of majority (Canada) to enter. Enter between Oct 1-Dec 31, 2013. One first-place prize of US$10,000 for your School, and one second-place prize of US$5,000 for your School is available to be won. Limit one entry per person per School. Odds of winning the prize depends on the number and caliber of eligible submissions and the number of votes received. Math skill-testing question required in Canada. For Official Rules and full details, visit http://www.uct.org/uct-gives-back-official-rules/.