Share your voice and your ideas. Post at least one comment of five words or more reflecting on a Knowledge@Wharton high school article, video, podcast or lesson plan and be entered into a raffle to win a new iPad. The contest kicks off on Monday, January 21, 2013 and runs through Friday, February 22, 2013.
Need comment inspiration? Did you enjoy the article or hate it? Why? What insights did you find most useful in a lesson plan, article or video? Do you have a suggestion for a story or lesson that you would like our team to tackle? Do you run a business or have an internship you want to tell us about? Here are a few comment examples from KWHS articles: FB Files for an Initial Public Offering, The Search Is On: How to Pick the Right College and Thiel Fellow David Merfield: ‘The Outside World Is an Excellent Place to Learn Things’. Only registered users can post comments, so be sure to sign up here to be eligible for the contest. Off-color comments will be censored and disqualified. Otherwise, your comment — no matter how short (at least five words, please) or long — will earn you a shot at an iPad. Only one entry per subscriber. Some of the best and most amusing comments will be featured on the KWHS homepage in the coming weeks, and if your words make it to the comment spotlight, you win a KWHS T-shirt.
The raffle is open to existing and new KWHS subscribers: High school students who are 14 years and older and all others, including graduates, parents and educators. The raffle drawing will take place the final week of February, when we will randomly pick the names of one high school student and one other subscriber (graduate, teacher, principal, counselor, parent, and so on) to win new iPads. Comment and win!