A graphic or visual representation of information, data or knowledge intended to present complex information quickly and clearly.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO COMPETE?
Prolife young people from Michigan ages 13 to 22 as of July 7, 2017, are eligible for the competition.
HOW DO YOU WIN?
Finalists will be selected by a Right to Life of Michigan panel and displayed on Facebook for a public vote. The submissions will be shared on our social networking profiles. Voting on finalists will be open on Facebook from Monday, July 17, to Sunday, July 30. One third of the score will be based on the number of times each entry is shared from our Facebook page during that time and another third will be based on the number of likes each entry received from our Facebook page. The final third of the score will be voted on by the Right to Life of Michigan panel. The winner will be announced on Monday, July 31.
WHAT ARE THE PRIZES?
The winner will receive $400 and the runner-up will recieve $100.
1. The infographic must present timely and accurate prolife information in a visually pleasing and persuasive way. The style and amount of content can vary, but every submission must be of sufficient size and resolution to be easily readable on Facebook. Three important qualifications will be used to determine finalists: A.) originality, B.) relevance of the information, and C.) visual appeal.
2. Statistics used do not need to be cited in the infographic, but citations must be included on the contestant’s application form.
3. Submissions for the contest are due by Friday, July 7, 2017.
One submission per contestant. Infographics must be in a JPEG file format and emailed to email@example.com, and must include the
contestant’s name and address. The file size for submissions must not exceed 5 megabytes. The accompanying contest application must be mailed to our State Office. We are requiring a hardcopy of
the registration in order to ensure that no contestant’s submission is lost or blocked by an email filter.
WHERE CAN I FIND PROLIFE INFORMATION?
The RLM website, www.RTL.org, RLM Educational
Resource Centers, prolife books and documentaries, government statistics and reports, and other organizations or research journals are excellent resources.
To get a form, please go to: https://media.rtl.org/pdf/InfographicRules-Registration.pdf