OSPRA Communication Awards 2023
Submit your AMAZING work by Sunday, February 12!
The OSPRA Communication Awards program recognizes creative and effective work in communications. The awards program also provides valuable feedback from other communications professionals.
Entries are encouraged from all public or private schools or districts, including special schools such as vocational-technical institutes, regional or county education service districts, education agencies and private enterprises serving as partners with those organizations. Submissions will only be accepted from OSPRA professional and superintendent members.
Submissions for the 2023 OSPRA Communication Awards program are due by Sunday, February 12! This is a great opportunity to highlight your critical role as a communications professional and K-12 leader in Oregon education. And the best part is, you could be an award winner! There will be 7 total categories for project submission. Your District can apply for up to three (3) categories. Category judging will be broken down by the amount of members of your awesome communications team; 1-2 team members, and 3 or more team members. (See the categories below.)
BRANDING/IMAGE PACKAGEIncludes logos, banners, stationery and other graphic treatments for a package of materials. Submissions must include three or more separate pieces within the same entry by attaching to the entry.
SOCIAL MEDIACommunication campaign using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or other social media platforms. Include copies of three social media posts relevant to the campaign.
VIDEOIncludes internal or external short and long format video programs designed for websites, social media, mobile apps, television, etc. Limit each entry to a single program, presentation or episode.
Video cannot exceed eight (8) minutes!
WEBSITEInternet or intranet website. Special purpose or short-term project websites are also accepted. Sharing information using a blog or other electronic medium that is regularly updated also accepted. Include copies of three separate posts for blog entries. Intranet entries must include password or other log-in information so judges can access the site.
Each entry will be judged by a panel of communications professionals. Certain categories may have specific requirements, which are listed with the category descriptions. Overall, judges will consider factors such as:
HonorsEach entry will be evaluated and assigned an award category based on points received.
Selection and AwardThe selection committee will include OSPRA board members and 2-3 current NSPRA affiliated "SPRA" members.