Posts Tagged: contest

Send your software requests to the Apps 4 Climate Action contest

Have you heard of B.C.’s Apps 4 Climate Action Contest? The contest challenges Canadian software developers to raise awareness and inspire action to reduce carbon pollution by using data in applications for the web and on mobile devices. But what if you aren’t a software developer? You can still help the cause by sharing yourRead… Read more »

Government YouTube Competition: Enter EPA’s Our Planet, Our Stuff, Our Choice

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is seeking 30 and 60 second video competition to raise awareness of the connection between the environment and the “stuff” people use, consume, recycle, and throw away. Cash prizes will be given to top adult and student entries. See over amazing entries posted as video responses to date onRead… Read more »

Help USDA Design a Web game for Success

Last week we posted a call for feedback on the OSTP Blog for an effort to design a game helping kids learn about healthy food choices. We’ll be accepting comments until January 6, and I hope you can share thoughts, experience and specific lessons learned for this type of effort. Specifically, we’re asking for feedbackRead… Read more »

U.S. Department of State Launches Second Annual ExchangesConnect Video Contest to Amplify U.S. Public Diplomacy: “Change Your Climate, Change Our World”

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton launched the Department of State’s second annual ExchangesConnect Video Contest, “Change Your Climate, Change Our World,” with a video message on the ExchangesConnect social network on November 17. Find more videos like this on ExchangesConnect The ExchangesConnect Video Contest is a call to action for global citizens around theRead… Read more » Contest ends Wednesday! Re-branding web urls for Gov’t agencies

Al Kamen, Washington Post “In the Loop” columnist, is running a fun and thought-provoking Gov 2.0 contest via his WaPo column. He’s asking readers to submit memorable, succinct, humorous-yet-accurate alternate web urls for Gov’t agencies, such as for the CIA. Here are Al’s comments and instructions: What-Dot-Gov? Don’t forget to enter the Loop rebrandingRead… Read more »

US Department of State’s Global Video Contest Winners Inspire Cross-Cultural Understanding

What do a 14-year-old freshman in Columbus, Nebraska; a 23-year-old software engineer in Bangalore, India; a 16-year-old senior in Recife, Brazil; and a 22-year-old Fulbright scholarship recipient from Wheaton, Illinois have in common? They share a strong desire to create bridges across cultures and their unique action and vision has earned each a video contestRead… Read more »

GovLoop T-Shirt Design Contest

I’m trying to create a GovLoop t-shirt and I’m looking for your help. Yes you 🙂 I’ve taken a first stab at a GovLoop t-shirt but I think it could be improved: As such I’m opening it up to the creativity of GovLoop members. Create your own GovLoop t-shirt (cafepress or uberprints preferably). TryRead… Read more »

GovLoop Contest Winner – George Washington University!

The GovLoop Battle of Colleges Charity Contested has officially ended with the winner being the George Washington University. 2nd place goes to George Mason University and 3rd place goes to American University. Despite our range of members, I guess the D.C. connection is strong although if given another week or so I’m guessing you wouldRead… Read more »