The Indigenous Youth Engagement Trade Initiative project was created to promote, engage, support and explore opportunities for Indigenous youth within trades.
The Indigenous Youth Engagement Trade Initiative (IYETI) is a collaboration between Skills Canada New Brunswick, the Joint Economic Development Initiative (JEDI) and the Department of Post-Secondary Education Training and Labour (PETL).
We’ve decided to run this contest because we believe that our new logo should be created by youth for youth. We’re really excited to see the creative submissions from the Indigenous youth in our communities and we hope that all of you that participate have fun coming up with new ideas.
The contest will run from February 1 – 28, 2019 and the theme of all logo submissions should be “Indigenous Youth in Trades”.
Contest Entry Information:
The logo contest is open to youth ages 5 – 25, participants can submit up to 3 separate logo designs in total.
To enter, participants must email their submission(s) to Erica Craft at Erica.email@example.com. All submissions should include:
Contact information: full name, age, address and phone number
Each logo should represent Indigenous youth in trades and include either the IYETI acronym or the words “Indigenous Youth Engagement Trade Initiative” - Lettering must be correct, and easy to read
Each logo can include up to four colours (including black and white), no blended or gradient colours please
The logo can be hand-drawn or created digitally - Fine line detail should be avoided as it will not work well for our purposes
Logo submission format should be JPG or PDF and no larger than 5MB per logo
All submissions must be received by 4:00pm Atlantic time on February 28, 2019
The youth who submits the winning logo will receive an Apple iPad 9.7" 32GB with Wi-Fi worth $430.
Selection of Winning Entries:
All entries will be reviewed by a panel of judges. Judges will determine the winner based on creativity, visual appeal, usability (ability to be used for promotional purposes), and relevance to the theme “Indigenous youth in trades”.
Submitted logos cannot contain any copyrighted material, as well, all submitted logos must be original and created by the youth who has submitted the logo.
ENTRY RULES AND RELEASE:
All logo submissions will become the property of the Joint Economic Development Initiative (JEDI), this means that all logo and copy submissions release any and all IP rights (copyright, trademark and other) to JEDI. JEDI will use the winning logo in print media, social media, and for other promotional purposes.
JEDI reserves the right to reject any and all entries. JEDI reserves the right to request reasonable minor design modifications from the proposed winner. JEDI has the right to alter, modify or edit the winning logo as it deems necessary.
All contestants must agree that their submissions and names can be used for promotional purposes.