MTV Get Schooled - Motivate. Educate. Elevate.


Subjects: Civics, Digital Literacy, Ethics & Communities, Personal Development, Professional Development, Technology
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12
Source: MTV and The College Board Advocacy & Policy Center

The Challenge

Who:  Current and aspiring college students nationwide.

What:  MTV and The College Board Advocacy & Policy Center are asking you to propose innovative digital tools that will help simplify the financial aid process.  Three finalists concepts will be unveilied in early 2011, and the finalists will get to work with world-class design firm frog design to refine their proposals.  The ideas will then be featured on MTV.com, and online voting will help determine the grand prize winner.

The winning individual or team will get $10,000 and may get the chance to work with MTV to develop their digital tool with a budget of $100,000.  The deadline to submit your idea was December 17, 2010.  Learn more about college affordability and The Challenge by checking out the resource link below.

MTV Get Schooled - Motivate. Educate. Elevate.

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