Communications Week College Student Contest

What Does Cutting-Edge Communications Look Like in 10 Years?

Submit Your Photo, Illustration, or Short Narrative. Answer by Oct. 29 using #CommsWeek2021 and email a link to your submission to commsweek@ragan.com.

You are the future of communications. Tell us what you see.

Winners will be recognized during Communications Week Nov. 15-19 and win cash prizes.

About the Contest: For Communications Week, Ragan and IPR are inviting college students to submit their answer to the question: What will cutting-edge communications look like in 10 years? The winner will receive a $200 gift card, recognition during Communications Week, publication on Ragan and IPR’s websites and two tickets to Ragan’s Future of Communications Conference on Nov. 17. Runners-up will receive $50 gift cards and recognition on our websites.

The Rules: Post your answer on Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #CommsWeek2021. You can submit a photo, an illustration, or a short narrative. Your post must be submitted by Oct. 29. Once you’ve posted your answer on social media, email the link to your posting to commsweek@ragan.com with the subject line: Student Contest. In the email include your name, college affiliation and year of study. Only one submission per student or team is allowed.

Eligibility: This contest is open to full-time undergraduate and graduate students at universities and colleges worldwide. Teams may apply and the team will split the cash prize. The winning team will each receive a complimentary ticket to the Future of Communications Conference on Nov. 17.

Advice: In answering the question “What does cutting-edge communications look like in 10 years?,” you can be: funny, serious or seriously funny. We ask, however, that you be succinct. We aren’t looking for a thesis. We are looking to capture the future of communications in images and concise narrative. You are the future of communications. Tell us what you see!

Any questions? Contact joyceanng@ragan.com

Presented by: Ragan Communications Logo  IPR Institute for Public Relations