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Win a $3,000 Clarke Prize in Advocacy and Active Citizenship

Undergraduate Social Sciences students can win a $3,000 prize by presenting their advocacy work poster competition. Next information session: January 24, 3:30pm & 7pm

Dec 07, 2016

Undergraduate Social Sciences students can win a $3,000 prize by presenting their advocacy work at an upcoming poster competition.

Students are encouraged to enter their work into the student poster showcase for the Clarke Prizes in Advocacy and Active Citizenship. Students can explore any topic related to advocacy and active citizenship. Topics might include poverty alleviation, housing, policy change, women’s issues, student fees, indigenous issues, access to education, environment, housing, etc.

First place prize is $3,000, second place prize is $2,000 and third place prize is $1,000.

For more detail about the Clarke Prize read on...