HWCLI’s 2020 Census Logo Contest!
We Have a Winner!
After 133 submissions and over 1,300 votes- we have a winner and two runners-up for the 2020 Census Logo Contest! All of the logo submissions we received were overflowing with creativity and we are so grateful to all of the young artists who shared their vision for the 2020 Census with us!
Nicole’s winning logo will be used across all of our regional branding materials as we work together to get out the word about the 2020 Census and everything it impacts. In recognition of her work, Nicole will win a day of professional shadowing at Rubenstein Public Relations, a premier PR firm located in New York City.
We are proud to also celebrate Gabby Palumbo and Eduardo Ruela Dutra, whose designs qualified as runner-ups!
Thank you to all of the students who participated and to all who helped make this contest a success! We are excited to continue our work together to raise awareness and build enthusiasm around the 2020 Census to ensure that our region is fully and accurately counted next year.
First Runner Up: Gabby Palumbo, Grade 12, Mineola High School
Second Runner Up: Eduardo Ruela Dutra, Grade 10, Mineola High School
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