Project Motion: A Media Literacy Advocacy Campaign and Competition for High School students

Project Motion

 

Project Motion: A Media Literacy Advocacy Campaign and Competition for High School students

 

The Ateneo Association of Communication Majors (ACOMM) invites students to its launch of Project Motion, a media literacy advocacy campaign actualized through a school competition on Journalism, Advertising and Film Production, on Saturday, November 23, 2013.

The launch will be held at the Ching Tan Room, John Gokongwei School of Management building, Ateneo De Manila University, from 8:30am to 12:00pm.

Project Motion aims to provide an avenue for the youth to practice and hone their media and communication skills.

In this way, Project Motion would not only raise awareness but also be able to shape the youth into intelligent and responsible media users. As such, the youth will be able to create and live in a society of positive media communication. 

Project Motion

 Project Motion: A media literacy advocacy campaign and competition for high school students

 

The theme of this year’s competition is ‘Promoting Filipino Values’.

High school students from both public and private high schools in Metro Manila are encouraged to join the competition. Not only will students get to showcase their talents, but also have the chance to take home the competition’s prize — initial funding and assistance in the implementation of their media literacy programs.

The competition runs from November 23, 2013 and culminates in an awarding ceremony, which will be held on January 18, 2014.

Interested students may contact the following with regards to application inquiry: acomm.projectionmotion@­gmail.com, or they may opt to call 09158554299 for more information. 

 

by Collen Elise Yu

 

 

 

Project Motion: A media literacy advocacy campaign and competition for high school students

 






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