ROCK YOUR VOTE! COVID-19 Youth Designed Communications Contest - Correction to Vote Link

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A message from:
Board of Supervisors
Susan S. Muranishi, County Administrator
Colleen Chawla, Health Care Services Agency Director

October 2, 2020

Dear Colleagues,

This summer, the Alameda County Health Care Services Agency partnered with eight youth-serving organizations to host a COVID-19 health promotion and prevention messaging contest.

We are asking for your vote to select the finalists. Youth and young adults ages 13 to 24 created and designed content in four categories:

  1. Media – a general meme or a post that is 1-minute or less for Facebook, Snapchat, or Instagram
  2. Design/Artwork – a graphic design or artistic depiction that can be reproduced as a poster, a t-shirt or hat insignia, mask, postcard, etc.
  3. Song – up to 3-minute song posted on YouTube
  4. Video – up to 3-minute video posted to YouTube

Submissions moved through internal competitions across the eight participating organizations before being promoted to this countywide finals competition. Please *review all* the entries and cast your vote by clicking here.

NOTE: You can vote in each category (up to 4) once. Voting is restricted to those who live or work in Alameda County, and will be open until October 15th. Get your vote in early!

Submissions receiving the most votes will be recognized and celebrated by the Alameda County Board of Supervisors, the Health Care Services Agency, their youth organizations, peers, and families.

This contest is brought to you by:

sponsors ACHCSA PHD, Youth Uprising, Youthbeat, The Unity Council, Vision Quilt, Eden Youth and Family Center, YR Media, Reach Ashland Youth Center, East Oakland Youth Development Center