Art students from public primary and secondary schools are invited to participate in a poster competition, endorsed by the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development, on the issue of bullying.

The project is part of the campaign Artistes against Bullying being staged by Supreme Counselling for Personal Development.

Each student is asked to submit a poster depicting an anti-bullying slogan of their choice.?? It should be 12 inches wide by 17 inches long at 300 DPI (S) and should be submitted as a hard copy and on CD in a JPG or EPS format.

Both manual and computer-aided designs will be accepted by the organisation.

All entries should be submitted to the office of Supreme Counselling for Personal Development, Two Mile Hill, St. Michael no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, April 27.

The winning student will receive a prize of $250 cash and a voucher for $250 in school supplies, while the winning school will receive $500 in art supplies. The winning poster will be mass produced and posted at schools and other places where young people assemble.

For further information, students should contact Director and Chief Executive Officer, Shawn Clarke of the Supreme Counselling for Personal Development at 228-9769/828-5575.

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