The CyberBully Hotline is pleased to announce its second Voice Against Bullying contest for students. U.S. students in grades 7 through 12 are invited to create a poster that answers the question, "How would you stop bullying in your school?" and post it to a non-private account on the social media site Instagram along with the hashtag #voiceagainstbullying. One lucky winner will receive a $100 prize.
"In our first Voice Against Bullying contest, students from across the country put together some great Instagram videos on how their schools would be different without bullying," says Margaret Schatz, CyberBully Hotline’s national marketing director. "Now, with our second contest, we're offering students a new creative challenge."
A panel of judges from the CyberBully Hotline team will select the winning entry after the contest closes on May 31, 2014. Students are encouraged to get their entries in as quickly as they can.
“We want to see students get creative with this contest,” said Ms. Schatz. "Posters can be funny or serious, but they should all address the question of how students would stop bullying in their schools."
More info on the judging criteria can be found in the Voice Against Bullying contest rules, which are available at voiceagainstbullying.com.
About the CyberBully Hotline
The CyberBully Hotline is an award-winning anonymous bully reporting program that makes it easy and safe for students to tell school administrators about any problem. School leaders from coast to coast have praised the CyberBully Hotline for its ability to help prevent incidents of bullying, violence, fighting, and other kinds of inappropriate behavior. To see case studies and learn more about the program, please visit www.cyberbullyhotline.com.