UCT Gives Back launched this week and we want YOUR school to submit a video for a chance at winning $10,000!
UCT Gives Back is a video contest open to schools with programs for people with intellectual disabilities and universities with programs to train special education teachers – and the winning school will receive $10,000!
I know what you’re thinking…creating a video will be difficult and the submission process is probably complicated. But we made is EASY TO ENTER! Ask yourself these questions:
Does your U.S. or Canadian school have a program for students with intellectual disabilities, or does your university have a program to train special education teachers?
- Do you have a video camera or a smartphone?
- Do you want your school to win $10,000?
If you answered yes to these questions, then watch the video on how to nominate your school, and enter to win $10,000!
Videos will be judged on your school’s demonstrated dedication and passion for working with persons with intellectual disabilities, as well as your creativity and clarity in communication. Only one entry per school will be accepted and videos cannot exceed 2 minutes in length, so get creative and submit your best video!
Nominations will be accepted through November 30, 2012. Our panel of judges will select the top finalists and post them on UCT’s Facebook page. Voting will begin in early 2013 and you’ll be able to vote once per day.
So what are you waiting for? Visit facebook.com/UCTinAction and enter to win!
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 2-Nov 30, 2012. One prize of US$10,000 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 https://www.uct.org/uct-gives-back-official-rules/