Show Some Love for Your Planet by Joining the Earth Day Poster Contest
Help NETL spread the word about Earth Day, April 22, with our Earth Day Poster Contest. This special planet-centric day emphasizes the importance of recycling, conserving energy, and improving air quality. If you are in kindergarten through fifth grade, design a poster about your favorite way to keep the Earth a sparkling place to live, and you could be a winner!
Posters should be original and imaginative, and presented on 8.5 by 11 inch paper. Please be sure to include the student's name; grade; teacher's, group leader's, or parent's name; school or group name; and a phone number on the back of the poster. Teachers, please remember to include a roster of your students with your classes’ submission. We're sorry, but posters cannot be returned!
All posters must be submitted to NETL by March 21, 2014 for judging. They will be displayed at our sites in Albany, OR; Sugarland, TX; Pittsburgh, PA; and Morgantown, WV, through May 4, 2014.
For additional information please contact Lilas Soukup at Lilas.Soukup@netl.doe.gov or visit the Earth Day website at /education/earth-day-poster-contest.
First, second, and third place as well as honorable mention entries will be selected and posted on NETL’s website. Everyone will receive a certificate for participating. Winners will have their names and entries posted on NETL's website,www.netl.doe.gov, under the Education web area.
We can’t wait to see what Earth Day means to you!
To view last year's winners please visit here.
- Create poster on 8.5 by 11 inch paper.
- Include the student's name; grade; teacher's, group leader's, or parent's name; school or group name; and a phone number on the back of the poster.
- Teachers/Group Leaders please include a roster with all students' names to allow preparation of the certificates.
- We're very sorry, but posters cannot be returned
NETL is one of the U.S. Department of Energy's national laboratories. NETL-"the ENERGY lab"-focuses on America-s economic prosperity, which requires secure, reliable energy supplies at sustainable prices. Three overarching issues characterize the energy situation in the United States. They are energy affordability, supply security, and environmental quality. The Department of Energy's only government-owned, government-operated national lab, NETL is a research and technology center where these energy challenges converge and energy solutions emerge. NETL implements a broad spectrum of energy and environmental research and development programs through its own research staff and through funded research at other labs, universities, and industry that will return benefits for generations to come.