2018 OCTE Poster Contest
ATTENTION TECHNOLOGICAL EDUCATORS!
Please consider introducing our 2018/2019 ‘TAKE TECH’ poster contest into your curriculum for the new school year!
PROMOTE THE FOLLOWING TECHNOLOGICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS TO YOUR PARENTS, PEERS & NEXT GENERATION!!
CREATE A POSTER OR A UNIFIED CAMPAIGN SHOWCASING ONE OF THE FOLLOWING TECH COURSES:
SEMESTER 1: Communications; Construction; Hospitality & Tourism; Tech Design; Transportation. Deadline for entry October 30th, winners will be announced by November 30th
SEMESTER 2: Computer Technology; Green Industries; Hairstyling & Aesthetics; Health Care; Manufacturing. Deadline for entry March 31st, winners will be announced by April 30th.
WHAT CAN YOU WIN?
FIRST PRIZE OF $500 FOR EVERY TECH COURSE!
2018- 2019 OCTE Poster Contest Criteria
You must use this Google Form to submit your poster:
- include student’s name(s), email, school name, school board, teacher’s name
- work submitted should be clear, concise, professional and targeted to peers, parents and next generation.
- must submit a signed media release form for students involved in work submitted and any students photographed in your design
Poster submission should include:
- Files saved as filename: firstname_lastname_schoolname
- Submit one JPEG file only! Winning entries will be contacted and given final submission details
- size 11” x 17” (portrait or landscape)
- should be specific to one tech courses or a unified campaign of a series of posters
- complete OCTE content - copyright free (original photography and vector graphics)
- must showcase activities related to tech course (technologies, projects, icons and careers)
- must include www.octe.ca and OCTE logo on the poster
- use OCTE terminology in your design (ie: SAFEdoc terminology)
- meets criteria (spelling)
- targets the audience
- quality visuals (image, text, graphics)
- clarity of message
- inclusion of content
Posters will not be evaluated or considered if there are any:
- spelling errors
- email submissions (must use form linked above)
- missing media releases (must include in form)
- more than one submission per form
- unsafe images
- not following your Boards safety guidelines