2018 CAPfolio Contest Winners

 


CAPfolio Contest

Showcase Your CAP Experience

What are you doing to make a difference through CAP? Showcase your CAP experience through the CAPfolio Contest. We want to hear what you did – from the research to the civic actions to the impact.

Simply follow the guidelines and create your own CAPfolio that:

  1. Focuses on a specific problem or issue;
  2. Explains why it’s important to you and/or your community, and;
  3. Illustrates the civic actions you took to make a change and influence public policy.

CAPfolio entries must incorporate:

CAP Planner Forms, and at least one of the following:

  • Multimedia Presentation (up to 15 slides)
  • A podcast or short video, e.g., a newscast or public service announcement (up to five minutes)
  • Other multimedia

Criteria

Does your entry:

  • Adequately describe the problem or issue?
  • Explain why change is important to your community?
  • Describe the civic actions that you completed to influence public policy?

 

How to Enter the Contest

  1. Make sure you are registered on the CAP website to enter the contest so that we can communicate with you.
  2. Submit your entry via our file share and send to david@crf-usa.org.

 OR…entries can be mailed to CRF on a CD/DVD:  

Constitutional Rights Foundation
Attn. David De La Torre
601 S. Kingsley Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90005

 

*New Date to submit your entry is

May 31, 2018.

Don’t worry, if you have trouble submitting your CAPfolio please contact CAP Staff and we will help you!

View the 2017 Winners


Spring 2016 Winners 

CASH PRIZES
1st Pl. - $100.00 / 2nd Pl. - $75.00 / 3rd Pl. - $50.00

CAPfolio Contest flyer



  

Important Notice About Copyright

Please do not use any copyrighted music, images, or text without the express permission of the copyright owner. For more information about copyright and fair use, please visit educateip.org.

PSA Contest

One powerful tool available for creating awareness about your CAP issue or proposed solution is a Public Service Announcement (PSA). A PSA is intended to raise people’s interest in an issue so that they will take action. Remember, by creating a PSA you are taking a “civic action” that will help you move towards the bigger goal of making an impact on your problem or issue.

Simply follow these guidelines and create your own PSA entry that:

  1. Raises awareness by educating on a specific problem or issue;
  2. Influences public attitudes by explaining the connection between the problem or issue and public policy;
  3. Promotes a specific civic action(s) to address the policy implications of the problem or issue.

PSA entries must incorporate:

  • A podcast or short video (up to four minutes)
  • Presentation (up to 10 slides)

Criteria

Does your entry:

  • Adequately describe the problem or issue?
  • Explain why change is important to your community?

Entries that meet the assessment criteria will be considered for the following awards:

1st Place $100.00 | 2nd Place $75.00 | 3rd Place $50

 

How to Enter the Contest

  1. Make sure you are registered on the CAP website to enter the contest so that we can communicate with you.
  2. Submit your entry via our file sharing service and email it to david@crf-usa.org.

OR. . . entries can be mailed to CRF on a disc:  

Constitutional Rights Foundation
Attn. David De La Torre
601 S. Kingsley Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90005

 

The deadline to enter is December 19, 2018.             

Don’t worry, if you have trouble submitting your PSA please contact CAP Staff and we will help you!

 

Important Notice About Copyright
Please do not use any copyrighted music, images, or text without the express permission of the copyright owner. For more information about copyright and fair use, please visit www.educateIP.org.

Download Contest Flyer

PSA Flyer



View last year's Winners

View the PSA Contest 2017 Winners. 

 

View Previous Winners

 

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