Calling all high school students in Puna!
Share your creative talents and help our community recover from the 2018 Kīlauea eruption.
All students attending high schools in Puna are invited to enter one artwork with a short explanation answering the question:
"What does it mean to be Puna and Hawai‘i Island Strong?"
Top three entries will be awarded Individual Development Accounts (IDA) in amounts of $500, $750 or $1,000. An IDA is a savings account that can be used for education, workforce training, certifications or entrepreneurship opportunities. These are matched savings accounts and can help students save for their future development!
All entries have a chance to be featured on Recovery materials.
Enter the contest using the form below.
Guidelines for entry
- All students attending a high school in the Puna District are eligible to submit an original design and short explanation of the design (under 250 words).
- Design and explanation should reflect student's views on what it means to be Puna Strong and Hawai‘i Island Strong following the 2018 Kīlauea eruption.
- Deadline: Nov. 4.
- One entry per person.
What can I submit?
- Any image can be submitted as long as it lays flat and can be scanned to a computer.
- Examples include: photography, computer graphic, drawing, photo collage.
- Got an idea not listed here? Feel free to submit. We'd love to see your creativity!
- Winners will be identified by a review committee.
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Sponsor: Tetra Tech
Sponsor: SSFM International
Sponsor: Hawai‘i Alliance for Community-Based Economic Development