One Laptop Per Child Holding Logo Contest

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A young student in Sagamok with her new laptop building her dreams.
A young student in Sagamok with her new laptop building her dreams.
One Laptop per Child (OLPC) Canada enhances education for Aboriginal youth with technological tools designed for creative, innovative, self-empowered learning.
One Laptop per Child (OLPC) Canada enhances education for Aboriginal youth with technological tools designed for creative, innovative, self-empowered learning.

TORONTO – One Laptop per Child is a charity that offers opportunity to enhance education for Aboriginal Youth. OPPC Canada is now looking for a new look to represent the group.

OLPC Canada is holding a contest to develop a logo representing the organization. The winning logo will appear on technology distributed to Aboriginal youth, letterhead, business cards and documents.

One Laptop per Child (OLPC) Canada enhances education for Aboriginal youth by providing students with technological tools designed for creative, innovative, self-empowered learning. To date, OLPC Canada has provided laptops and tablets to more than 6000 Aboriginal children 6-12 years of age in rural, remote and urban communities. The program is currently active within more than 30 Aboriginal educational initiatives located in 9 provinces and 2 territories.

OLPC Canada invites anyone who is interested to submit a design for an OLPC Canada organizational logo. The logo should reflect our focus on Aboriginal youth, education and technology. The winning entry will be selected by the OLPC Canada board and advisory council members. A $500 prize will be awarded for the winning entry.

Designs for the logo should be submitted by February 1, 2015 to:

Rachel Ward
c/o OLPC Canada
215 Spadina Ave, Suite 120
Toronto, ON M5T 2C7
E-mail : info@olpccanada.com

A young student in Sagamok with her new laptop building her dreams.
A young student in Sagamok with her new laptop building her dreams.
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