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Tuberculosis Poster Contest

Updated May 7, 2013

 

Help stop tuberculosis in your lifetime: enter the 2013 TB Prevention Poster Contest!

The Santa Clara County Tuberculosis Prevention Partnership wishes to invite elementary, high school, and community college student artists to submit poster designs promoting the theme of “Stop Tuberculosis in my Lifetime.” 

Imagery should be positive and encouraging. The winning designs will be framed and displayed in various locations around the South Bay. The poster contest offers cash prizes.

Awards:
High School & Community College Grand Prize:

$300 to student and $300 to school art department or organization

 

High School & Community College 2nd Place Prize:

$200 to student and $200 to school art department or organization

 

1st to 8th Grade Grand Prize:

$300 to student and $300 to school or organization

 

1st to 8th grade 2nd Place Prize:

$200 to student and $200 to school or organization

 

Contest Deadline: Monday, May 13 at 5:00 pm

Awards Day: Wednesday, May 29


Winners will receive their prize and be our guests at the California Tuberculosis Controllers Association (CTCA) Luncheon. All semi-finalist pieces will be framed and displayed at the Luncheon. All other students will be notified of contest results.

 

Dates to Remember:
March 21: Contest Begins
April 30: Original Artwork must be turned in by 5pm
May 10: Semi-Finalists Selected
May 15: Winners Selected
May 29: Presentation of awards at CTCA Luncheon

 

The 2013 TB Prevention Poster Contest is co-chaired by Breathe California of the Bay Area, Asian Americans for Community Involvement, and the Santa Clara County Public Health Department.
 

 

Download flyer

Download rules and application

  

Learn more about the

California Tuberculosis Controllers Association (CTCA) Luncheon

 



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