November 6, 2012

$2000 Top Prize in the Adobe Change the World Challenge

I’m thrilled to share that Adobe has announced an amazing competition for students and teachers ages 13 and up. It’s an awesome chance to strut your creative stuff and compete for fantastic big money prizes. Top prize is $2000 with a $1000 second prize and a $500 third prize.

Now money can be good. It can even be awesome. But what’s really awesome about this contest is that participants will get a chance to show off their creativity, and express their ideas about a social issue that matters to them. In this contest, entrants will create a short video (using the new Adobe Presenter Video Creator) that explains how they would Change the World for the better. It’s a great opportunity to let others hear your ideas and to demonstrate your creative abilities. Wouldn’t you love a chance to share your ideas and compete for big cash prizes? How about the people you know? You should share this article with your kids, your friends, your family and colleagues. (Hint, hint)


Check out this video to learn more about the competition.

Competitors will use the new Adobe Presenter Video Creator (available as a free trial here) to create a personalized video. In the video each entrant will describe how they might make the world a better place if they had a chance. It’s open to any student or teacher age 13 or older in the qualifying regions (note that some special exceptions apply, so you should read the contest rules very carefully to ensure you qualify.)


It’s incredibly easy to use Adobe Presenter Video Creator. Check out this simple video to learn how.

You can enter the competition on this page http://bit.ly/Changetheworldchallenge


Here’s a quick video that explains how to enter the contest. It even includes instructions for uploading your video to Facebook.

Not a student or teacher? No worries. Check out the Adobe Knowledge Sharing Challenge.

Posted by Allen Partridge2:57 AM
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