Jingle sought for education campaign

POSTED: 02/20/12 12:54 PM

St. Maarten – The Vocational Education Campaign launches a jingle competition today as part of its ongoing information campaign which is themed “Always Progressing”. The contest is open to everyone and is aimed at highlighting the campaign’s theme.

Each jingle must be an original composition that is done in English and that is no longer than 30 seconds. People have until April 15 to submit their entries which must focus on the theme, highlights the benefits of this type of vocational education and how it helps people make progress in life. The entries can be done in any musical genre and can be done acapella.

A panel of judges at the vocational education team will assess the entries on lyrics (relevance to the theme), musicality (execution, overall sound) and originality (creativity). The top five entries will then be aired on “Boombox” on Laser 101 and the public will select the winner by voting for their favourite jingle. A final announcement will be made in April 2012. The winner will receive two free recording sessions at Melody Recording studio to professionalize their jingle and create their own personal song of choice. The songs must not include any obscene language and no negative slander.

Participants should submit their jingles both digitally and by hardcopy with their name, phone number and email. The digital copy must be sent to vocationaledu@gmail.com and the hard copy should be dropped off at the SBO Service Center.

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