SUNDAY 21 OCTOBER 2012, BAD HOFGASTEIN, AUSTRIA (InGenious Academy)
11.00 Welcome and introduction
Prof. Mag. Herbert Gimpl, President, Education Authority of Salzburg
11:20 Award of the winners
Further details on the venue and the location will be available shortly.
Project Passion Laureates
CATEGORY: E-SKILLS AND FUTURE JOBS
1st place: Ekaterina Frolova, Italy
2nd place: Aleksandra Nikolova, Bulgaria
CATEGORY: E-SKILLS AND ME
1st place: Mariya Sashinskay , Belgium
2nd place: Edgar Voit, Estonia
CATEGORY: CREATIVE E-SKILLS
1st place: Andreea Sticlea, Romania
2nd place: Aljoša Židan, Slovenia
What Do e-Skills Mean To You?
Are you between 16 and 26, creative with technology and would like to win prizes?
Here at the European Commission we want to know what you think about e-Skills and how they can used to launch your career. Your entry could win you a start in the career of your dreams. Show us what you can do. You could win the following prizes:
- An all-expenses paid trip to the Project Passion awards ceremony
- Cash prizes of up to 2,150 euros
- A Nokia Lumia smart phone
- A paid internship at a global firm to get your career off to a flying start
What is the competition about?
We think of e-Skills as the ability to use technology. This might relate to any area of life such as something fairly simple like uploading a photograph, to the much more difficult act of writing code; from working in an office to being a designer and much more. Your entry needs to be in one of three categories:
- e-Skills and me
- e-Skills: jobs of the future
- Creative e-Skills
How do you enter?
We want to see how creative you can be and not hold you back, so you can enter using any of the following formats:
- A video of up to 3 minutes in length
- A musical entry of up to 4 minutes in length
- A written entry that is submitted digitally
- A printed design entry such as a poster that is submitted digitally
Build a community
As you know, technology is not just about creating something, it is about connecting people too. So we would like you to build a community around your entry.
- Send us your campaign plan for review
- Post your entry onto any platform and build a community around it
Once you are all ready, SUBMIT YOUR ENTRY HERE.
A very distinguished panel will see and evaluate your work:
Nils Olaya Fonstad, Associate Director at eLab, INSEAD
Professor Jean Pierre Beadoin Managing Director i&e, Associate Professor Sorbonne University
Dr Shakuntala Banaji, Lecturer London School of Economics
Jean Marie Dru, Chairman TBWA Worldwide (Jury President)
Philippe Cayla, President EURONEWS Development
Sylvie Laffarge, Director Citizenship, Microsoft
Pekka Isosomppi, Director Corporate Relations and Responsibility, Nokia
The small print
The competition runs until 30th June 2012. Read the full terms and conditions. We look forward to receiving your entry!