Bukola Dawodu (AWP Network Photo Contest Applicant) and CNN Journalist

Bukola Dawodu (AWP Network Photo Contest Applicant) and CNN Journalist

What is the AWP Network Photo Competition?

The AWP Network believes that any African anywhere in the world can make a difference and an impact in their local community. Our goal is to engage young Africans anywhere in the world and under the age of 30. You do not have to wait until you go back to the continent to make a change. You can make a difference right where you are, and in your local community.

This is a photography contest dedicated to showcasing how African youths view entrepreneurship in their respective countries and/or community. We want to hear from you. You do not need to be a professional photographer to participate. You may use a camera or any mobile device. All that we want from you is that you tell us your story, and more importantly show us through photographs why your voice matters.

Using at most five (5) of your original, innovative, and creative photographs, tell us your story and show us what these pictures mean to you and why they inspire you. Your pictures may show either of the following: (1) what it means to be an entrepreneur in your local community, (2) what entrepreneurship means to you, (3) that captures the soul of your small business or (4) of an entrepreneur or business that you admire.

You may NOT submit more than five (5) pictures and you may NOT tweet the pictures.

DEADLINE: July 31, 2016

Prizes:
First place winner – $500
Second place winner – $200
Third place winner – $100

The AWP Network will keep all submitted photographs and the AWP Network reserves the right to feature and use submitted pictures as needed on its blog or elsewhere. No pornographic materials are allowed and you shall NOT submit someone else’s work. All amount will be paid in U.S. dollars.

Go and may the creative forces be with you.

Apply here: AWP Network Photo Contest

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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