Prezi

Canvas My Campus Contest

Prezi is teaming up with Tilt for our second annual global university contest!


We believe in a world of empowering people to share their ideas, and where creating change is part of everyday life.


A college campus is an inflection point of enlightenment, creative energy, and inspiration--a place where students, professors, researchers, and alumni come together to think big, follow their dreams, and challenge the status quo. It's that opportunity of discovery--and the incredible stories of the people pursuing it--that make your school a place where ideas for change are sparked.


So share your ideas for change with us.


We want you to create a pitch in prezi that shows us what dreams you have for change on your campus, in your community, or around the world, and what support you need to make it happen (our top 10 finalists will be featured on Tilt to raise funding for their ideas).


Show us your amazing skills and talents--and those of your friends and fellow students. Build your team, tell us about the problem you want to solve, and show us how you're going to solve it.


Grab some images, record some video, add some text, and let your inner Gandhi run wild. See full details and Official Rules, including judging criteria.


This is your chance to make an impact, and leave an impression.

Prezi is your canvas.


Prizes:


The two winning prezi entries (one by popular vote and one by staff selection) will receive a FREE 2015 spring trip to the Prezi & Tilt San Francisco offices, where they will have a chance to network and receive advice from tech industry insiders (flight and lodging included). For those entering as teams, one student must be designated as the Team Leader (only student team members are eligible for this opportunity).


The two colleges or universities with the winning prezis will receive free Prezi EDU PRO licenses for a duration of one year for their entire population of students, staff and faculty.


The winning prezis shall be promoted throughout the Prezi and Tilt Nations in mass media, social media, and other channels.