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Tuned-in Canada: the CCSA Awards is a nationwide competition designed to shine a spotlight on great work done by local television and communications providers in Canada.
Here’s how you get it done:
Complete the nomination form at www.tunedincanada.com by March 17, 2015 @ midnight (AST)
Shortlisted nominees will be announced and online voting will begin on April 10, 2015
Voting closes May 22, 2015 @ midnight (AST). On May 29, 2015 winners will receive national bragging rights, and a cheque for $1,000 to be made out to the local charity of their choice and to show our appreciation for your support …Mascon will match that donation bringing the total donation to $2000!
Mascon’s local charity is the Shuswap 4-H Club who will put this money to good use for their 2016 Science projects.
Nominations can be made at http://www.tunedincanada.com/nominate/
Thanks for your support!
Ensure your Tuned-in nomination stands above the crowd…
Top five characteristics of a great nomination:
1. A great photo. It’s true what they say: a picture is worth a thousand words.
2. A great video clip. You can include a link to a full show, or you can create a montage video just be sure to keep the judging criteria in mind, and make sure our judges have enough material to review. Judging criteria are available for review in our submission guidelines.
3. Include as much detail as you can. You don’t have to write War and Peace, but you should probably go for more than a single sentence. After all, Canada needs to know why your nominee deserves to win.
4. Tell a story! Particularly for the I heart customer service and I heart public service/community building categories, take the time to tell us what your nominee did, and how they did it.
5. Don’t be shy tell us why your nominee matters to you. That’s the stuff that really counts.
Shuswap 4-H Club STEM Project
4-H allows quality, innovative and sustainable leadership and life skills programs for youth and volunteers.
Shuswap 4-H, now 40 years old, provides young people with an opportunity to learn how to become productive, self-assured adults who can make their community into a better place to live.
We rely on support from the community, the dedication of our volunteers and the generosity of fundraisers.
We continue to move forward with developing and piloting a new science project, to involve children and youth who may not have been involved in 4-H before.
This project (STEM), science, technology, engineering and math, engages youth in science. It includes rocketry, robotics, renewable energy, computer science, astronomy and more. 4-H STEM, allows youth to work on their questions, design their own tests, create their own models, build their own understanding and share their work with others.
– See more at: http://www.masconcable.ca/news/news_item.asp?NewsID=323#sthash.X5v056LK.dpuf