2017

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The Basics:

You must be aged 5 – 12 years old to enter. Read more in our rules about who exactly can compete. As you’re under 18, you will need parental/guardian approval -our online registration will guide you through that process.

 

This Year’s Theme:

“We are connecting to the internet in more ways than ever, so what would you do to make the internet a safer place?”

The internet’s been around for a while and we can’t imagine life without it.  So many good things have happened because of it: easy access to information, social networks, apps, YouTube videos, gaming, shopping, streaming music, raising awareness for great causes, and more.

But like anything else, it’s not perfect.  There are trolls and hackers, ads we don’t care about, spam and fake news, and a lot less privacy.  And now more than ever, it seems it’s harder to tell who you can trust and what’s actually true online.

Don’t get us wrong.  We all love the internet.  But there’s room for it to get better.  So, if you could change one thing about the internet, what would it be?  And how would you do it?

Need some inspiration? Check out these great resources.

 

Before you get started, know the rules.

The Important Stuff:

  • Teachers can upload a maximum of 30 posters
  • Parents can upload a maximum of 3 posters.

All entries must be:

  • your own original work
  • Above all, please be respectful of copyrights and of others. Make sure you have permission to use other people’s company logos, images, or photos. For more tips on this, check out our Resources

 

Your poster entry must be:

You must register and submit your poster on this website in order to compete. Your poster must be:

  • submitted in one of the following formats: .jpeg or .gif
  • a maximum of 5 MB in size.

You can also post it to us afterwards. It must be:

  • A4 sized
  • sent to: The “What´s Your Story?” Poster Competition, Attn: Ashley Millar, Trend Micro Australia Pty Ltd, Level 15, 1 Pacific Highway, North Sydney NSW 2060 Australia.

We can’t stress it enough; please read the official rules for a lot more details. Best of luck!

 

The Prizes:

There are seven (7) Prizes are available:

Five (5) Regional Winners. One (1) Regional Winner from each of the regions below will receive a prize consisting of a $1,500 cheque plus a Home Network Security (RRP$399) and a 24 month Maximum Security product (RRP$259)

  • New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory
  • Queensland and North Territory
  • Victoria and Tasmania
  • Western Australia and South Australia
  • New Zealand

One (1) Ultimate Winner will receive a cheque for an additional $1,500.

One (1) School Winner: Prize of $1500 awarded to the school where the Ultimate Winner is studying (to be awarded in the form of a cheque to the school)

The total prize value of all seven (7) Prizes awarded to winners is $13,790.

 

Dates To Remember:

  • September 7th, 2017:  Competition opens.
  • November 1st, 2017: Last date to upload your entry.
  • November 8th, 2017: Last date to rate and comment on all entries.
  • November 9th, 2017: Judging period will begin.
  • November 16th, 2017: Winners announced around this date.