The Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC) is conducting a 2014 national K-12 poster contest. The goal of the contest is to engage young people in creating posters to encourage other young people to use the Internet safely and securely. All public, private or home schooled students in kindergarten through 12th grade are eligible to participate.
The top three Virginia winners from each grade group (K-5, 6-8, 9-12) will be entered into the national competition. Entries received may be used in national, regional and state cyber and computer security awareness campaigns.
How to Enter: Schools may submit entries to the Commonwealth of Virginia competition by emailing submissions to CommonwealthSecurity@VITA.virginia.gov . A parent may submit for home schooled students. The official rules and topic suggestions are included with the entry form. Please include the following entry form completely filled out (all fields are required) when submitting the poster.
2014 Official Rules and Entry Form
Learn more about the 2014 poster contest (PPT)
Commonwealth of Virginia submittals must be received by January 31, 2014. Winners of the Virginia contest will be automatically submitted to the national contest by March 3, 2014.
Please see the MS-ISAC National Contest website for entry requirements and judging criteria.
For more information or questions, please email CommonwealthSecurity@VITA.virginia.gov
2013 Virginia Poster Competition Finalists
Lin 'Asia Harris, grade 4, John B. Cary Elementary