SAGANet Logo Design Competition

- 6 days left to enter!

Please help spread the word about our SAGANet Logo Design Competition! SAGANet.org is looking for a new logo that represents our community. Entries are due by Jan. 31st at 11:59PM US Eastern and may besubmitted to  admins@saganet.org with the subject line “2015 Logo Design Competition”

Grand prize earns $100 and the chance for their design to represent our community of 1200+ science enthusiasts!

 

Logo themes can include astrobiology, space exploration, STEM Education, mentoring or anything else you can imagine that reflects the breadth of our community at SAGANet.org. Entries will be assessed based on originality and alignment with the SAGANet vision or promoting engagement in science as a cultural norm. 

 

The prize winning logos from this competition will be used in our upcoming 2015 Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for accreditation from the International Mentoring Association for our SAGANet Mentoring Program, which connects students, teachers and families with early-career professional scientists. Keep an eye-out for more details of our Kickstarter campaign in 2015! Logos will appear both on the SAGANet website and on merchandise, including (but not exclusive to) t-shirts, mugs, stickers and buttons.

Submission Guidelines

1) The purpose of the contest is to design a logo for SAGANet, and the logo must include the words "SAGANet.org".

 

2) The logo will be used online, in print, on merchandise, and elsewhere, so the final version of the logo will need to be suitable for high quality printing. Due to the requirements for high quality printing and re-sizing, logo entries must submitted in scalable vector graphic format (PDF or EPS).

 

3) Entrants should take care to ensure that their Entries are not in any way similar to existing logos or other copyrighted images.

 

4) All entries will be the sole property of SAGANet and may be displayed publicly on SAGANet materials and the SAGANet website. The winning entry will be registered by SAGANet as a service mark, and the winning designer agrees to transfer all intellectual property rights and title of the logo to SAGANet. The winning designer will retain the right to identify him/herself as the logo designer and may include the logo as part of their portfolio.

 

Submit your entry to: admins@saganet.org with the subject line “2015 Logo Design Competition” by Jan. 31st at 11:59 US Eastern.

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