Digital Poster Contest

Hey High school Kids

Put your creativity to the test by creating a digital poster to win cool prizes and the chance to have your poster displayed on the Office of Attorney General websites, social media platforms, and future digital and print marketing.

S2SS Contest Prizes
HOW IT WORKS

1

Develop and design your own unique message about Safe2Say Something, highlighting the benefits and what the program means to you and your classmates. Be bold with your design, tying in the challenges this school year presents and how Safe2Say Something is a helpful and positive resource for you and your friends.

2

Create a digital poster.

3

Submit your poster by November 20, 2020

Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places for each high school grade 9 through 12

  • 1st Prize: GoPro Hero8
  • 2nd Prize: Amazon Fire HD 10 Tablet
  • 3rd Prize: $50 Amazon Gift Card

Submissions Format

  1. Digital Poster must not exceed 20x16 inches.
  2. Digital Poster must be atleast 300DPI.
  3. Digital Poster must be submitted in .PDF file format.
  4. Digital Poster file name must include your last name and first initial.
  5. Digital Poster must be original student entrant work.
  6. Digital Poster must depict the importance of the Safe2Say something Program
  7. Digital Poster shall not include any offensive or illegal content.
  8. Digital Poster shall not include any copyrighted, trandmarked or branded

Contest Resources

Contest Calendar

November 20th: All entries are due.


December 14th: Winners will be announced.

ELIGIBILITY

Each entrant must be enrolled as a student at a Pennsylvania public, private, or parochial high school. High school-grade homeschool students residing in Pennsylvania are also eligible to participate. Students should work individually. Contest is limited to one entry per person. A parent/teacher must sponsor and be responsible for the supervision of the entrant.

Judging

All entries will be reviewed by a panel of judges. Winners will be announced December 14, 2020

Digital Poster & Submissions Format

  1. Digital Poster must not exceed 20x16 inches.
  2. Digital Poster must be atleast 300DPI.
  3. Digital Poster must be submitted in .PDF file format.
  4. Digital Poster file name must include your last name and first initial.
  5. Digital Poster must be original student entrant work.
  6. Digital Poster must depict the importance of the Safe2Say something Program.
  7. Digital Poster shall not include any offensive or illegal content.
  8. Digital Poster shall not include any copyrighted, trademarked or branded marks or logos besides the Safe2Say Something logo.

Contest Resources

Contest Calendar

November 20th: All entries are due.


December 14th: Winners will be announced.

Eligibility

Each entrant must be enrolled as a student at a Pennsylvania public, private, or parochial high school. High school-grade homeschool students residing in Pennsylvania are also eligible to participate. Students should work individually. Contest is limited to one entry per person. A parent/teacher must sponsor and be responsible for the supervision of the entrant.

Judging

All entries will be reviewed by a panel of judges. Winners will be announced December 14, 2020

Terms

  1. All entries become the property of the Office of Attorney General and may be used in whole or in part by the Office of Attorney General at its discretion.
  2. By entering the contest, all entrants agree to permit the use of their name and other personal information for publicity and further agree that the Office of Attorney General has a universal, irrevocable, and non-exclusive license to reproduce, prepare derivative works of, distribute, display, exhibit, transmit, and/or broadcast the videos without payment or further consent.
  3. The semi-finalists additionally grant to the Office of Attorney General all rights, titles and interest, including, without limitation, all copyrights and exploitation rights in any media of their videos without payment or further consent.
  4. Any incomplete Entry Forms shall be disqualified.
  5. The entrants represent that:
    • The video and everything depicted in the video are wholly original and do not infringe upon or otherwise violate any right of any person, firm or entity;
    • He/she/they have all rights, licenses, permissions, and consents necessary to submit the video in the contest in accordance with these terms and conditions; and
    • No person/entity other than the entrants have any right, title, or arrangement to the video, including, but not limited to, music publishing agreement, recording agreement, production agreement, or any similar agreement.
  6. The entrants agree that the Office of Attorney General may post the PSA video, or any part thereof, on the Office of Attorney General websites and social media outlets and submit it for television broadcast.
  7. The entrants agree that the Office of Attorney General has the right to modify, edit, and/or adapt the PSA video as necessary as well as to reproduce it, in whole or in part, without compensation or further notice to the entrants.
  8. The opinions expressed in the video submissions are solely the opinions of the entrants and not those of the Office of Attorney General. The Office of Attorney General is not responsible for any videos provided by entrants that are deemed harmful or offensive to others. The Office of Attorney General reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to reject any PSA that it deems inappropriate.
  9. All entrants agree to be bound by these terms and conditions and decisions of the Office of Attorney General, as applicable, which are final as to all contest-related matters. By participating in the contest, entrants agree to release the Office of Attorney General and its officials, employees, and partners, from any and all actions, claims, injury, loss or damage arising in any manner, directly or indirectly, whether for legal or equitable (including injunctive) relief, relating to participation in the contest and/or acceptance, use, or misuse of a prize.
  10. The contest is subject to all federal, state, and local laws.
  11. No employees or immediate family members of employees of the Office of Attorney General may enter the contest.
  12. Void where prohibited by law.
SUBMIT YOUR POSTER