February 5, 2020

Enter Our Photo Contest in Celebration of World Engineering Day

Engineering for Change is pleased to host an exciting photo contest for its online community to celebrate World Engineering Day, March 4th, 2020. Please share with us a photo and your short answer (no more than 280 characters) to the following question:

“What does engineering for sustainable development mean to you?”

Selection Criteria

Photos should portray the photographer’s perception of engineering for sustainable development or some aspect of it. Photos will be judged based on the creativity, impact, and innovation of the ideas that the photos express.

Photo dimensions must be at least 2500 pixels wide. Suggested ratios are 1:1 (square), 3:5 or 4:3.

To Enter

Share your photo and description with the hashtag #E4CWorldEngDay on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. Your answer to the question must be no more than 280 characters (not including the hashtag #E4CWorldEngDay). Three finalists will be selected by our judges from each social platform. Winners will be decided based on voting on E4C’s Twitter and Facebook channels and be eligible for the First, Second and Third Place prizes.

Share this contest with your friends and colleagues! Be sure to use #E4CWorldEngDay

Winners’ Prizes

1 First Place – $75 Amazon gift card

1 Second Place – $50 Amazon gift card

1 Third Place – $25 Amazon gift card

Winning photos will be promoted to E4C’s community of over 1 million people on Facebook, 2,800 on Instagram, 26,000 on Twitter, and 2,800 on LinkedIn.

Contest Timeline

Submission period: February 6-25, 2020

Finalists announced: February 25, 2020

Voting period: February 25-March 2, 2020

Winners will be selected: March 3, 2020

Winners will be announced through E4C’s social media on March 4, 2020.

Looking for inspiration? Here is an example of what we’re looking for.

Information is power, and we are here to empower. People first, and technology follows. Striving for clean water, enough food, engaged minds, and light. We want to build something better; people are too important and the stakes are too high. #E4CWorldEngDay

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