Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Words Against CyberCrime...An Essay Competition

It's essay competition galore these days. Write! Write!! Write!!!


With support from Microsoft, PIN, HIIT and Mediacore, YGC-Africa presents The First Microsoft Internet Safety, Security and Privacy Initiative in Nigeria's National Anti Cyber-Crime Essay Competition.

Theme--Cybercrime in Nigeria: Way Out
Rules: 

  • Essays are expected from young writers aged between 17 and 28. 
  • Essays should be written to the following specifications: Font size 12, Times New Roman and double spaced.
  • Minimum of two pages and maximum of four pages

Awards
The top ten essay writers will be made YGC Ambassadors for a period of one year during which they will have opportunities of meeting world class personalities as they develop mini projects on cybercrime solutions (as proposed by them) in their immediate communities.

First Prize: N50,000 + Free Microsoft Certification Training
Second Prize: N30,000 + Free Microsoft Certification Training
Third Prize: N20,000 + Free Microsoft Certification Training

Essays are to be submitted online to essays@ygcafrica.org.

Deadline for submission is June 7, 2010
Winners will be announced and rewarded at the annual CHANGE summit holding in Lagos on July 24th.
More information here: www.ygcafrica.org, info@ygcafrica.org or call: 08062985693, 07085384103.

Write CyberCrime away!

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