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6 things only people who enter the JEANC annual contest understand


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1. Recognize your outstanding students while you still have them in class.

Many annual contests recognize your outstanding students, but this one announces the winners while you still have your students in class. This is incredibly meaningful for Seniors and middle school staffs.

2. It’s easy to enter.

The contest is all digital. The hard part is selecting only one or two entries per category. Creating the .PDF files and uploading them to the contest website is very simple.

3. Use the awards in last-minute marketing campaigns.

Build recognition for your program and appeal to a consumer base who likes only the best of the best. It also works well for future recruitment.

4. The price is right.

With the cost of your membership, you receive three FREE entries into the annual contest. What’s better? Additional entries are only $5 each and there are several easy ways to pay!

5. Maximize your JEANC membership.

The annual contest is only open to JEANC members. And with an annual deadline of April 15, it’s easy to remember when to get all of your files prepared. For full details and requirements, visit the Annual Contest FAQs or the guidelines to read Before you Enter.

6. Build an award wall.

Hang your awards in your classroom and let students leave their legacy. Inspire future staffs to make it into the Hall of Fame.

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