OLC Convocation Advice Contest

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OLC Convocation Advice Contest

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Congrats to our winner: Christina Buiza aka @buizachristina

Stay tuned for more opportunities to engage and win with the OLC!

We had so much fun sharing our content last week, that we decided to invite you back to share your own convocation advice this week!

Here’s the deal:

Tweet @SFU_OLC your best advice for new grads. Make sure you use the #SFUconvo hashtag. This can take many forms:

  • Your own sage advice
  • The best advice you’ve ever received (please credit as necessary)
  • A link to a fantastic convocation video, photo, website etc.

The advice can cover any topic you think would be relevant: Career, dreams, travel, finances, networking, anything you think a bright young graduate should hear… Please just keep it all PG.

Every tweet will earn you one entry to win a $50 gift card to the SFU bookstore.

You have until Friday, June 14th, and can submit up to five entries. So what are you waiting for? Get tweeting!

Congratulations to last week's winner: Natalie Botteselle (@Natbot7)

Rules and Eligibility:

The contest is open to all SFU students and alumni. All entries must be made from personal Twitter accounts. Entries from corporate, organization or other brand accounts will not be eligible.

Each retweet or shared content must include reference to @SFU_OLC AND #SFUconvo. Each post will receive a single entry. Entrants posting an unacceptable number of spam entries will be disqualified, at the sole distraction of WIL staff.  Winner(s) will receive one (1) $50 gift card to the SFU bookstore.

Contest opens for entries: Monday, June 10, 2013 at 9:00am
Deadline for entries: Friday, June 14, 2013 at 11:59pm
Winners Announced: Winners announced Monday, June 10, 2013 by 12:00pm

By participating in this contest, you are also consenting to allow your name and/or Twitter account to be shared on www.sfu.ca/olc and via any related social media accounts.

Entries must not contain:

  1. Nudity, profanity, or vulgar behaviour;
  2. Graphic violence, or any inappropriate materials, as determined in WIL's sole discretion;
  3. Dangerous stunts;
  4. Material that is hateful, tortuous, or slanderous;
  5. Material that promotes prejudice, hatred or harm against any group or individuals or promotes discrimination or exploitation based on race, sex, religion, disability, age or any other basis protected by federal, provincial or local law;
  6. Material that is illegal or in violation of the laws or regulations in any province where the Entry is created
Posted on June 03, 2013
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