Announcing the 2011 Campus “Champions of Change” ChallengePosted by: Lizzie Friedman | Posted on: December 6, 2011
The White House Office of Public Engagement and mtvU are proud to announce the first ever Campus “Champions of Change” Challenge. The Challenge invites college and university students from across the country to demonstrate how their student led project is improving their campus community and helping America win the future.
Here’s how it works:
- Submit an online application detailing your student-led program atwww.WhiteHouse.gov/CampusChallenge.
- The White House will select 15 finalists based on input from a panel of judges.
- The public will then have an opportunity to weigh in and vote on the top five projects they think best embody the President’s goal to win the future.
The top five finalists will be named Campus Champions of Change, and will be invited to the White House for a culminating event. Additionally, they will have the opportunity to work with mtvU, and MTV Act to create short features about their projects that will air on mtvU and be featured on MTV.com. The winning team will also host an episode of mtvU’s signature program, “The Dean’s List”.
To find out more, visit the White House Office of Public Engagement Blog