Contest Rules and Information
The 2016 CO-OP photo contest is open to all CO-OP students currently registered at the University of Ottawa.
- Maximum total submission of five photographs entry per student.
- Photos, along with a completed consent form, must be submitted by the deadline for submitting your work term report (September 9, 2016).
- We are looking for original photos that highlight and define your CO-OP experience (see category details below).
Photographs taken for this contest must be related to your work term.
You may submit photographs of you alone, of you with your supervisor or of you and your co-workers. The photos should be of you on the job during the work term (e.g., at your desk, in the lab, in the shop, out in the field or in other work-related areas). You may submit photos in this category that were taken by you (i.e. you set the camera on self-timer), or by a colleague, if you have received their permission to submit it. Be original!
*If a photograph was taken by a professional photographer (e.g., a photographer hired to take official company photos), it cannot be submitted for this contest.
Ownership and use of photos
All photo entries for the 2016 CO-OP photo contest become the property of the University of Ottawa Co-operative Education Programs Office.
All contestants acknowledge that photos submitted may be used by the University of Ottawa's CO-OP Office in promotional materials, advertisements and online marketing activities.
A jury will review the entries and select winners. All decisions made by the jury are final.
At the end of the Summer 2016 placement, 3 winners will be selected.
- 1st place : 300$
- 2nd place : 200$
- 3rd place : 100$
The University of Ottawa is not responsible for any submissions made in error, any corrupt files or submissions that are damaged, destroyed, lost, late, not viewable, incomplete or misdirected. The University is not responsible or liable for any damage or loss arising from or connected with the photo contest. Submissions that do not fully comply with the posted contest rules are ineligible. All submissions become the property of the University of Ottawa Co-operative Education Programs Office. By submitting photos for this contest, contestants acknowledge they understand and accept all contest rules.
If you have any questions about this photo contest, please contact Andréane Drouin-Charette (adrouinc@uOttawa.ca).