BC First Nations Youth Logo Competition

B.C. First Nations leaders gathered in 2007 to develop the BC First
Nations Energy Action Plan to outline a vision of sustainable energy
development. At this gathering, they agreed on the importance of acting
immediately to appoint four leaders from different regions of the
province to form an interim working group. It is the intent that the
working group will eventually evolve into the BC First Nations Energy
Council, and will require a logo. This competition is for all B.C.
First Nations youth, the prize logo designer will receive a $10,000
education bursary.  The terms of the bursary will be set out in a trust
allowing the student to follow his or her choice of post-secondary
educational pursuits.

Applicants should consider a design incorporating B.C's environment and First Nation's heritage. Please take into account a design that integrates various types of energy sources such as solar, wind, water,etc. The BC First Nation's Energy Council supports clean energy and minimizing environmental impacts.

Consider that this logo will be used online (such as a website) and also on print media such as letterhead and business cards. Please use a framed outline that will be suitable for a presentation, on coloured paper and not be limited by a font that's difficult to read when sized 2" x 2" to fit on a business card. Only one dimensional original pieces using acrylic, oil, pastel, charcoal, pencil, coloured pencils and markers and computer software will be accepted for this contest.

Who Can Enter
B.C. First Nations Youth aged 13 to 29 years (on or before Dec. 30, 2008) will be eligible for this contest. Please note the First Nation's community you are a member of, your date of birth, and your contact information (phone number) with your application. A descriptive paragraph of your design would be appreciated as well.

The successful candidate will be contacted after a winning logo has be selected in February 2009.

Please send original designs on or before Friday February 4 to:

Carrier Sekani Tribal Coiuncil
#200 1460 Sixth Avenue
Prince George BC V2L 3N2

Don't forget to include your return address.

For more information please contact Joanna Prince, at jprince@cstc.bc.

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