Stratford enters “What’s Your Story?” digital competition. We need likes and ratings!

"They know who you are" - Stratford's entry into the 2017 "What's Your Story?" digital competition<br />Image: www.pixabay.com
NEWS / 7 April 2017

Some 1st Year students want your likes and ratings before Tuesday, 18th April! Entries with the highest views and ratings go forward to our judges to review. They have entered a video to the national "What's Your Story?" digital competition. Read this blog to get to the link so that you can like and rate the video .

Some of the 1st Year students have been working hard to produce a video for the "What's Your Story?" digital competition. They had to create a video answering the question - "If you could change one thing about your digital life what would it be?". According to the rules, "entries with the highest views and ratings go forward to our judges to review and decide the ultimate winners #WhatsYourStory2017." First prize is €2000!

Click on the link HERE to see the video and to rate it. 

The deadline to view and rate the video is Tuesday, 18th April.

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