2011 Youth Photo Contest: Entries due March 1

As part of National Public Health Week 2011 (April 4 - 10th), Northwest Health Foundation, the Oregon health Authority and the Oregon Public Health Association are pleased to announce the third annual Youth Photo Contest for 2011.

Entries will be accepted here at the CHP website from February 1 through March 1.

To get the latest info on the contest, you can follow us on Twitter, or Facebook, or subscribe to Northwest Health Foundation’s monthly e-news.

To submit your photo and read about the complete rules for the 2011 contest click here to get started!

All the submissions from the 2010 contest can also be seen on our Flickr page.

View our flyer and spread the word.

Any questions or comments, let us know below.
Good luck!



6 Comments:

Posted by Mike on July 16th, 2013 at 03:21 AM

This is a very interesting post.My son likes a lot to take pictures and I think he could do a job in this filed but I mus encourage his and send him to a photography school but at the moment he is to young for that and I’ve heard that there is a summer school in Melbourne with photography thematic and I am glad to sent him there.

Posted by Jake on March 29th, 2013 at 09:09 AM

Thank you for providing this interesting and useful post.I am a sports addict and my favorite sport is mountaineering but it is a very dangerous sport and you must be very careful and respect all the safety measures because you risk to loose your life.I’ve heard that there is some top market rockfall netting and I am very interested in buying it.

Posted by Dean Swin on March 27th, 2013 at 01:28 PM

This competitors are great simply because they are studying secrets of photography, a beautiful world. It is great, and I admire them with all my power. I had the chance to follow my talent too, but I choose wrong and my talent is waisted.

Posted by Laur on March 26th, 2013 at 06:21 AM

This could be a product based business. The photos are great, competitors are talentated, it’s obvious. Good luck on the future, I hope that they won’t waste their talent.

Posted by Dean Swin on March 14th, 2013 at 09:13 AM

This persons could easily give some street photography tips, in a professional mood. Lucky them, this is one of the dream jobs you could have.

Posted by Martin on February 24th, 2013 at 09:44 AM

This is a great topic.I think these kind of actions are very good and helpful.A friend of mine won a similar contest and as a price he won an offer of working full time as a photographer for a very famous company




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