Join the Story-Telling Competition!

Share your story and you could win a MacBook Air or $500 JB HiFi Voucher!

What do I enter?
Tell us your story in one of these formats:

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Tell us a story about an aspect of your life where you made a positive choice. This could include:

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Can I enter?
You can enter the story-telling competition if you are Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander and are 12, 13 or 14 years old.

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What can I win?

If your story is the best you will win a MacBook Air, if you are second best you will get a $500 JB Hi-Fi voucher which you can spend on things like computers, a phone, cameras and games.

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Why are we running this competition?
We are developing a cartoon about a group of teenagers and their experiences with drugs and alcohol. We want to encourage young people to make positive choices. By sharing your positive choices, you will help us create the storylines and the characters in the cartoon. 

Even though you will be sharing your personal stories, none of your personal information will be shared with other people or used in this program. 
When does the competition close?
30 March, 2018
11.59PM AEST

Do you have any questions about the competition?
Email us at info@positivechoies.org.au
There are some rules for the competition:

1. You must be 12, 13 or 14 years old.
2. You are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.
3. Your story must be about a positive personal experience.
4. An adult (mum, dad, aunty, uncle, nan) must give you permission to join the competition by signing a form we will send to them.
5. You need to answer a short survey before you start creating your story and another short survey just before you submit your entry.
6. You are allowed to stop participating in the competition at any time.

Now that you know the rules, would you like to join the story-telling competition?

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* 1. There are some rules for the competition:

1. You must be 12, 13 or 14 years old.
2. You are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.
3. Your story must be about a positive personal experience.
4. An adult (mum, dad, aunty, uncle, nan) must give you permission to join the competition by signing a form we will send to them.
5. You need to answer a short survey before you start creating your story and another short survey just before you submit your entry.
6. You are allowed to stop participating in the competition at any time.

Now that you know the rules, would you like to join the story-telling competition?

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