2020 Bronze Quill Awards Program Student Entry

Eligibility
Students who were attending school full-time or part-time at the time the work was created, working toward a degree at a college, university, or other educational institution, are eligible to enter. The student (or group of students) must have had a leadership role in the project. The project does not need to have been implemented, but will be judged for sound communications planning and implementation strategies.

NOTE: If a student has prior professional communication experience or is currently employed in the communication profession, they must submit a professional entry.

Scoring
Each entry is judged on a 7-point scale and is judged twice. The final score is averaged between the two.

In the event of a discrepancy of more than 3 points between the two judges, a third judging will be completed and the final score will be an average between all three.

Award of Merit: Entries with a score between 5.0 and 5.24

Award of Excellence: Entries with a score of 5.25 and above

For those submitting multiple entries, each entry must be submitted individually, with an appropriate work plan or entry form for each category it is submitted into.

You will need to complete your entry in one session; it is not possible to save your progress and come back later to enter any additional information. Before you begin your entry online, you may wish to download and complete your Work Plan for Divisions 1-3 (download template here) or your Entry Form for Division 4: Communication Skills (download template here).

Once your entry is submitted, it cannot be edited or altered. Please ensure all your information is accurate and that you upload the appropriate files, as required.


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