The One World One Internet Communication Award
The One World One Internet communication award is a competition for innovators from high school students seeks to propose an implementable innovation that has the potential of significantly improving education and learning through changing the way we communicate with each other.
The award has a multi-tiered structure and includes recognition at the national and local levels, serving all 50 States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, and all U.S. overseas military bases.
Our volunteers serve as virtual judges to help review and score applications for the One World One Internet Award.
Award proposal Period: January 15th-November 31st 2017
Judging Period: February 1stth-February 15th 2017
Reviewers typically spend 3-5 hours reviewing 5-10 applications; applications take approximately 15-30 minutes each to review.
Volunteers are needed to serve as virtual judges and score applications online using One world One Internet scoring rubric.
- Sign up to volunteer by entering your email below.
- In mid-November One World One Internet will send out detailed instructions on how to access One world One Internet judging platform and will share instructions for judging.
- Volunteers are asked to commit 3-6 hours judging award eligibility online. Once you have judged your first set of applications, you are welcome to judge additional applications if you want to.
- If you have questions on volunteering, you may reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org