2020 SLC Performance Events

Guidelines Per Event:

3-D Animation

• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• Record a video of the presenters delivering the presentation. The presentation must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• In the event of a team entry, you are encouraged to practice appropriate social distancing and using an online video conference application such as GoToMeeting, Zoom, Loom, or even Facetime. (Note: It is perfectly appropriate if team members appear in the video as 2-3 separate video boxes.) You will need to record the video conference and submit the recording of your video conference as your video.
• The video may not be edited from the time the presentation begins until the end of the presentation. We will not start the time until the presentation begins.
• 5 points will be deducted for presentations that are longer than 7 minutes. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 6 minutes.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• If you have an accompanying multimedia presentation, you should upload it to an online presentation software such as SlideShare or Google Slides. You may also upload a screencast of your multimedia presentation. All additional presentations must be submitted as a URL. Any additional materials uploaded must be accessible to anyone with the URL without having to request permission or needing to login. You are strongly discouraged from simply uploading a PowerPoint presentation as the judges may not access to the same fonts and designs that you used.
• If you send an accompanying online presentation, you should still upload a video of the presenters delivering the presentation rather than simply a narrated video of the multimedia presentation.
• Once you have your video, complete the 3-D Animation Form. Video and any supporting materials must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17.
• You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL and included links to any applicable supporting materials. If you need to resubmit the entry and any supporting materials, you must do so as a completely new entry (your previous entry will be deleted) no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.

American Enterprise Project

• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• Record a video of the presenters delivering the presentation. The presentation must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• In the event of a team entry, you are encouraged to practice appropriate social distancing and using an online video conference application such as GoToMeeting, Zoom, Loom, or even Facetime. (Note: It is perfectly appropriate if team members appear in the video as 2-3 separate video boxes.) You will need to record the video conference and submit the recording of your video conference as your video.
• The video may not be edited from the time the presentation begins until the end of the presentation. We will not start the time until the presentation begins.
• 5 points will be deducted for presentations that are longer than 7 minutes. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 6 minutes.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• Judges will be sent a PDF copy of the American Enterprise Project that was submitted previously. • If you have an accompanying multimedia presentation, you should upload it to an online presentation software such as SlideShare or Google Slides. You may also upload a screencast of your multimedia presentation. All additional presentations must be submitted as a URL. Any additional materials uploaded must be accessible to anyone with the URL without having to request permission or needing to login. You are strongly discouraged from simply uploading a PowerPoint presentation as the judges may not access to the same fonts and designs that you used.
• If you send an accompanying online presentation, you should still upload a video of the presenters delivering the presentation rather than simply a narrated video of the multimedia presentation.
• Once you have your video, complete the American Enterprise Project Submission Form.. Video and any supporting materials must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17.
• You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL and included links to any applicable supporting materials. If you need to resubmit the entry and any supporting materials, you must do so as a completely new entry (your previous entry will be deleted) no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.

Broadcast Journalism

• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• Record a video of the presenters delivering the presentation. The presentation must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• In the event of a team entry, you are encouraged to practice appropriate social distancing and using an online video conference application such as GoToMeeting, Zoom, Loom, or even Facetime. (Note: It is perfectly appropriate if team members appear in the video as 2-3 separate video boxes.) You will need to record the video conference and submit the recording of your video conference as your video.
• Due to the nature of the event, you may submit a video that is edited. However, the judges will be alerted not to favor an edited video over videos that are not able to be fully edited and produced due to the school closures preventing students from accessing editing software.
• 5 points will be deducted for presentations that are longer than 7 minutes. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 6 minutes.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• If you have an accompanying multimedia presentation, you should upload it to an online presentation software such as SlideShare or Google Slides. You may also upload a screencast of your multimedia presentation. All additional presentations must be submitted as a URL. Any additional materials uploaded must be accessible to anyone with the URL without having to request permission or needing to login. You are strongly discouraged from simply uploading a PowerPoint presentation as the judges may not access to the same fonts and designs that you used.
• If you send an accompanying online presentation, you should still upload a video of the presenters delivering the presentation rather than simply a narrated video of the multimedia presentation.
• Once you have your video, complete the Broadcast Journalism Submission Form . Video and any supporting materials must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17.
• You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL and included links to any applicable supporting materials. If you need to resubmit the entry and any supporting materials, you must do so as a completely new entry (your previous entry will be deleted) no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.

Business Ethics

• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• No visual aids may be used during the presentation.
• Record a video of the presenters delivering the presentation. The presentation must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• In the event of a team entry, you are encouraged to practice appropriate social distancing and using an online video conference application such as GoToMeeting, Zoom, Loom, or even Facetime. (Note: It is perfectly appropriate if team members appear in the video as 2-3 separate video boxes.) You will need to record the video conference and submit the recording of your video conference as your video.
• The video may not be edited from the time the presentation begins until the end of the presentation. We will not start the time until the presentation begins.
• 5 points will be deducted for presentations that are longer than 7 minutes. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 6 minutes.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• Once you have your video, complete the Business Ethics Submission Form . Video must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17.
• You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL. If you need to resubmit the entry, you must do so no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.

Business Financial Plan

• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• Record a video of the presenters delivering the presentation. The presentation must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• In the event of a team entry, you are encouraged to practice appropriate social distancing and using an online video conference application such as GoToMeeting, Zoom, Loom, or even Facetime. (Note: It is perfectly appropriate if team members appear in the video as 2-3 separate video boxes.) You will need to record the video conference and submit the recording of your video conference as your video.
• The video may not be edited from the time the presentation begins until the end of the presentation. We will not start the time until the presentation begins.
• 5 points will be deducted for presentations that are longer than 7 minutes. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 6 minutes.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• Judges will be sent a PDF copy of the Business Financial Plan that was submitted previously.
• If you have an accompanying multimedia presentation, you should upload it to an online presentation software such as SlideShare or Google Slides. You may also upload a screencast of your multimedia presentation. All additional presentations must be submitted as a URL. Any additional materials uploaded must be accessible to anyone with the URL without having to request permission or needing to login. You are strongly discouraged from simply uploading a PowerPoint presentation as the judges may not access to the same fonts and designs that you used.
• If you send an accompanying online presentation, you should still upload a video of the presenters delivering the presentation rather than simply a narrated video of the multimedia presentation.
• Once you have your video, complete the Business Financial Plan Submission Form . Video and any supporting materials must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17.
• You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL and included links to any applicable supporting materials. If you need to resubmit the entry and any supporting materials, you must do so as a completely new entry (your previous entry will be deleted) no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.

Business Plan

• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• Record a video of the presenters delivering the presentation. The presentation must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• In the event of a team entry, you are encouraged to practice appropriate social distancing and using an online video conference application such as GoToMeeting, Zoom, Loom, or even Facetime. (Note: It is perfectly appropriate if team members appear in the video as 2-3 separate video boxes.) You will need to record the video conference and submit the recording of your video conference as your video.
• The video may not be edited from the time the presentation begins until the end of the presentation. We will not start the time until the presentation begins.
• 5 points will be deducted for presentations that are longer than 7 minutes. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 6 minutes.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• Judges will be sent a PDF copy of the Business Plan that was submitted previously.
• If you have an accompanying multimedia presentation, you should upload it to an online presentation software such as SlideShare or Google Slides. You may also upload a screencast of your multimedia presentation. All additional presentations must be submitted as a URL. Any additional materials uploaded must be accessible to anyone with the URL without having to request permission or needing to login. You are strongly discouraged from simply uploading a PowerPoint presentation as the judges may not access to the same fonts and designs that you used.
• If you send an accompanying online presentation, you should still upload a video of the presenters delivering the presentation rather than simply a narrated video of the multimedia presentation.
• Once you have your video, complete the Business Plan Submission Form . Video and any supporting materials must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17.
• You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL and included links to any applicable supporting materials. If you need to resubmit the entry and any supporting materials, you must do so as a completely new entry (your previous entry will be deleted) no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.

Client Service

1. Competitors will sign up for several time options to schedule a video conference with a Georgia FBLA staff member. Sign up at this link.
2. Sign up for the desired time frames at least 72 hours prior to the start of the earliest-requested time.
3. A confirmation email with directions for joining the video conference will be sent to the competitor. The adviser will be copied.
4. Competitor should click on the link provided to ensure that audio and webcam are set up correctly prior to the start of the meeting. Competitor may need to temporarily download the GoToMeetings app. Information will be included in the invitation email.
5. As the Georgia FBLA staff member may have a scheduled video conference immediately after yours, please make sure that you are signed in on time.
Please note the following:
• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• No visual aids may be used during the presentation.
• You may find it helpful to wear headphones during the video conference. You are advised to participate in the video conference in a room by yourself, where possible, to avoid other interruptions. Once we begin the video conference we will be unable to interrupt or reschedule it.
• At the start of the video conference, the Georgia FBLA staff member will provide you with a link to the Client Service case. You will need to access the Word/PDF file. You should have a blank sheet of paper and a pencil to use as your notes. You may not reference outside materials or any other individuals during the prep time.
• The FBLA staff member will time both the 10 minute prep time as well the role play. The role play will begin after the 10 minute prep time.
• At the start of the role play, the Georgia FBLA staff member will record the video conference. You will role play with the Georgia FBLA staff member.
• The recording of the role play will be sent to the panel of judges.
• Role plays should be scheduled from Monday, April 6 – Friday, April 17.

Coding & Programming

• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• Record a video of the presenters delivering the presentation. The presentation must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• The video may not be edited from the time the presentation begins until the end of the presentation. We will not start the time until the presentation begins.
• 5 points will be deducted for presentations that are longer than 7 minutes. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 6 minutes.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• If you have an accompanying multimedia presentation, you should upload it to an online presentation software such as SlideShare or Google Slides. You may also upload a screencast of your multimedia presentation. All additional presentations must be submitted as a URL. Any additional materials uploaded must be accessible to anyone with the URL without having to request permission or needing to login. You are strongly discouraged from simply uploading a PowerPoint presentation as the judges may not access to the same fonts and designs that you used.
• If you send an accompanying online presentation, you should still upload a video of the presenters delivering the presentation rather than simply a narrated video of the multimedia presentation.
• Once you have your video, complete the Coding & Programming Submission Form. Video and any supporting materials must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17.
• You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL and included links to any applicable supporting materials. If you need to resubmit the entry and any supporting materials, you must do so as a completely new entry (your previous entry will be deleted) no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.

Community Service Project

• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• Record a video of the presenters delivering the presentation. The presentation must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• In the event of a team entry, you are encouraged to practice appropriate social distancing and using an online video conference application such as GoToMeeting, Zoom, Loom, or even Facetime. (Note: It is perfectly appropriate if team members appear in the video as 2-3 separate video boxes.) You will need to record the video conference and submit the recording of your video conference as your video.
• The video may not be edited from the time the presentation begins until the end of the presentation. We will not start the time until the presentation begins.
• 5 points will be deducted for presentations that are longer than 7 minutes. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 6 minutes.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• Judges will be sent a PDF copy of the Community Service Project that was submitted previously.
• If you have an accompanying multimedia presentation, you should upload it to an online presentation software such as SlideShare or Google Slides. You may also upload a screencast of your multimedia presentation. All additional presentations must be submitted as a URL. Any additional materials uploaded must be accessible to anyone with the URL without having to request permission or needing to login. You are strongly discouraged from simply uploading a PowerPoint presentation as the judges may not access to the same fonts and designs that you used.
• If you send an accompanying online presentation, you should still upload a video of the presenters delivering the presentation rather than simply a narrated video of the multimedia presentation.
• Once you have your video, complete the Community Service Project Submission Form . Video and any supporting materials must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17.
• You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL and included links to any applicable supporting materials. If you need to resubmit the entry and any supporting materials, you must do so as a completely new entry (your previous entry will be deleted) no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.

Computer Game & Simulation Programming

• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• Record a video of the presenters delivering the presentation. The presentation must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• In the event of a team entry, you are encouraged to practice appropriate social distancing and using an online video conference application such as GoToMeeting, Zoom, Loom, or even Facetime. (Note: It is perfectly appropriate if team members appear in the video as 2-3 separate video boxes.) You will need to record the video conference and submit the recording of your video conference as your video.
• The video may not be edited from the time the presentation begins until the end of the presentation. We will not start the time until the presentation begins.
• 5 points will be deducted for presentations that are longer than 7 minutes. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 6 minutes.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• If you have an accompanying multimedia presentation, you should upload it to an online presentation software such as SlideShare or Google Slides. You may also upload a screencast of your multimedia presentation. All additional presentations must be submitted as a URL. Any additional materials uploaded must be accessible to anyone with the URL without having to request permission or needing to login. You are strongly discouraged from simply uploading a PowerPoint presentation as the judges may not access to the same fonts and designs that you used.
• If you send an accompanying online presentation, you should still upload a video of the presenters delivering the presentation rather than simply a narrated video of the multimedia presentation.
• Once you have your video, complete the Computer Game & Simulation Programming Submission Form. Video and any supporting materials must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17.
• You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL and included links to any applicable supporting materials. If you need to resubmit the entry and any supporting materials, you must do so as a completely new entry (your previous entry will be deleted) no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.

Digital Video Production

• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• Record a video of the presenters delivering the presentation. The presentation must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• In the event of a team entry, you are encouraged to practice appropriate social distancing and using an online video conference application such as GoToMeeting, Zoom, Loom, or even Facetime. (Note: It is perfectly appropriate if team members appear in the video as 2-3 separate video boxes.) You will need to record the video conference and submit the recording of your video conference as your video.
• The video may not be edited from the time the presentation begins until the end of the presentation. We will not start the time until the presentation begins.
• 5 points will be deducted for presentations that are longer than 7 minutes. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 6 minutes.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• If you have an accompanying multimedia presentation, you should upload it to an online presentation software such as SlideShare or Google Slides. You may also upload a screencast of your multimedia presentation. All additional presentations must be submitted as a URL. Any additional materials uploaded must be accessible to anyone with the URL without having to request permission or needing to login. You are strongly discouraged from simply uploading a PowerPoint presentation as the judges may not access to the same fonts and designs that you used.
• If you send an accompanying online presentation, you should still upload a video of the presenters delivering the presentation rather than simply a narrated video of the multimedia presentation.
• Once you have your video, complete the Digital Video Production Submission Form . Video and any supporting materials must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17.
• You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL and included links to any applicable supporting materials. If you need to resubmit the entry and any supporting materials, you must do so as a completely new entry (your previous entry will be deleted) no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.

E-Business

• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• Record a video of the presenters delivering the presentation. The presentation must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• In the event of a team entry, you are encouraged to practice appropriate social distancing and using an online video conference application such as GoToMeeting, Zoom, Loom, or even Facetime. (Note: It is perfectly appropriate if team members appear in the video as 2-3 separate video boxes.) You will need to record the video conference and submit the recording of your video conference as your video.
• The video may not be edited from the time the presentation begins until the end of the presentation. We will not start the time until the presentation begins.
• 5 points will be deducted for presentations that are longer than 7 minutes. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 6 minutes.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• If you have an accompanying multimedia presentation, you should upload it to an online presentation software such as SlideShare or Google Slides. You may also upload a screencast of your multimedia presentation. All additional presentations must be submitted as a URL. Any additional materials uploaded must be accessible to anyone with the URL without having to request permission or needing to login. You are strongly discouraged from simply uploading a PowerPoint presentation as the judges may not access to the same fonts and designs that you used.
• If you send an accompanying online presentation, you should still upload a video of the presenters delivering the presentation rather than simply a narrated video of the multimedia presentation.
• Once you have your video, complete the E-business Submission Form . Video and any supporting materials must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17.
• You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL and included links to any applicable supporting materials. If you need to resubmit the entry and any supporting materials, you must do so as a completely new entry (your previous entry will be deleted) no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.

Electronic Career Portfolio

• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• Record a video of the presenters delivering the presentation. The presentation must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• The video may not be edited from the time the presentation begins until the end of the presentation. We will not start the time until the presentation begins.
• 5 points will be deducted for presentations that are longer than 7 minutes. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 6 minutes.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• If you have an accompanying multimedia presentation, you should upload it to an online presentation software such as SlideShare or Google Slides. You may also upload a screencast of your multimedia presentation. All additional presentations must be submitted as a URL. Any additional materials uploaded must be accessible to anyone with the URL without having to request permission or needing to login. You are strongly discouraged from simply uploading a PowerPoint presentation as the judges may not access to the same fonts and designs that you used.
• If you send an accompanying online presentation, you should still upload a video of the presenters delivering the presentation rather than simply a narrated video of the multimedia presentation.
• Once you have your video, complete the Electronic Career Portfolio Submission Form . Video and any supporting materials must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17.
• You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL and included links to any applicable supporting materials. If you need to resubmit the entry and any supporting materials, you must do so as a completely new entry (your previous entry will be deleted) no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.

Emerging Business Issues

• There will only be one final round of competition for this event. There will not be a separate preliminary round.
• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• No visual aids may be used during the speech.
• Record a video of the presenters delivering the presentation. The presentation must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• In the event of a team entry, you are encouraged to practice appropriate social distancing and using an online video conference application such as GoToMeeting, Zoom, Loom, or even Facetime. (Note: It is perfectly appropriate if team members appear in the video as 2-3 separate video boxes.) You will need to record the video conference and submit the recording of your video conference as your video.
• The video may not be edited from the time the presentation begins until the end of the presentation. We will not start the time until the presentation begins.
• 5 points will be deducted for presentations that are longer than 7 minutes. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 6 minutes.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• Once you have your video, complete the Emerging Business Issues Submission Form . Video must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17.
• You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL. If you need to resubmit the entry, you must do so no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.

Future Business Leader

1. Competitors will sign up for several time options to schedule a video conference with a Georgia FBLA staff member. Sign up at this link.
2. Sign up for the desired time frames at least 72 hours prior to the start of the earliest-requested time.
3. A confirmation email with directions for joining the video conference will be sent to the competitor. The adviser will be copied.
4. Competitor should click on the link provided to ensure that audio and webcam are set up correctly prior to the start of the meeting. Competitor may need to temporarily download the GoToMeetings app. Information will be included in the invitation email.
5. As the Georgia FBLA staff member may have a scheduled video conference immediately after yours, please make sure that you are signed in on time.
Please note the following:
• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• You may find it helpful to wear headphones during the video conference. You are advised to participate in the video conference in a room by yourself, where possible, to avoid other interruptions. Once we begin the video conference we will be unable to interrupt or reschedule it.
• At the start of the video conference, the Georgia FBLA staff member conduct the interview.
• The FBLA staff member will time the 15 minute interview. The last part of the interview will be used for the final round.
• At the start of the interview, the Georgia FBLA staff member will record the video conference.
• The recording of the interview will be sent to the panel of judges.
• Interview should be scheduled from Monday, April 6 – Friday, April 17.

Graphic Design

• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• Record a video of the presenters delivering the presentation. The presentation must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• In the event of a team entry, you are encouraged to practice appropriate social distancing and using an online video conference application such as GoToMeeting, Zoom, Loom, or even Facetime. (Note: It is perfectly appropriate if team members appear in the video as 2-3 separate video boxes.) You will need to record the video conference and submit the recording of your video conference as your video.
• The video may not be edited from the time the presentation begins until the end of the presentation. We will not start the time until the presentation begins.
• 5 points will be deducted for presentations that are longer than 7 minutes. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 6 minutes.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• If you have an accompanying multimedia presentation, you should upload it to an online presentation software such as SlideShare or Google Slides. You may also upload a screencast of your multimedia presentation. All additional presentations must be submitted as a URL. Any additional materials uploaded must be accessible to anyone with the URL without having to request permission or needing to login. You are strongly discouraged from simply uploading a PowerPoint presentation as the judges may not access to the same fonts and designs that you used.
• If you send an accompanying online presentation, you should still upload a video of the presenters delivering the presentation rather than simply a narrated video of the multimedia presentation.
• Once you have your video, complete the Graphic Design Submission Form. Video and any supporting materials must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17.
• You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL and included links to any applicable supporting materials. If you need to resubmit the entry and any supporting materials, you must do so as a completely new entry (your previous entry will be deleted) no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.

Impromptu Speaking

1. Competitors will sign up for several time options to schedule a video conference with a Georgia FBLA staff member. Sign up at this link.
2. Sign up for the desired time frames at least 72 hours prior to the start of the earliest-requested time.
3. A confirmation email with directions for joining the video conference will be sent to the competitor. The adviser will be copied.
4. Competitor should click on the link provided to ensure that audio and webcam are set up correctly prior to the start of the meeting. Competitor may need to temporarily download the GoToMeetings app. Information will be included in the invitation email.
5. As the Georgia FBLA staff member may have a scheduled video conference immediately after yours, please make sure that you are signed in on time.
Please note the following:
• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• No visual aids may be used during the presentation.
• You may find it helpful to wear headphones during the video conference. You are advised to participate in the video conference in a room by yourself, where possible, to avoid other interruptions. Once we begin the video conference we will be unable to interrupt or reschedule it.
• At the start of the video conference, the Georgia FBLA staff member will display the Impromptu Speaking topic on the screen. You should have a blank sheet of paper and a pencil to take your notes. You may not reference outside materials or any other individuals during the prep time.
• The FBLA staff member will time both the 10 minute prep time as well the speech. The speech will begin after the 10 minute prep time.
• At the start of the speech, the Georgia FBLA staff member will record the video conference
• The recording of the speech will be sent to the panel of judges.
• Speeches should be scheduled from Monday, April 6 – Friday, April 17.

Introduction to Business Presentation

• There will only be one final round of competition for this event. There will not be a separate preliminary round. • Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• Record a video of the presenters delivering the presentation. The presentation must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• In the event of a team entry, you are encouraged to practice appropriate social distancing and using an online video conference application such as GoToMeeting, Zoom, Loom, or even Facetime. (Note: It is perfectly appropriate if team members appear in the video as 2-3 separate video boxes.) You will need to record the video conference and submit the recording of your video conference as your video.
• The video may not be edited from the time the presentation begins until the end of the presentation. We will not start the time until the presentation begins.
• 5 points will be deducted for presentations that are longer than 7 minutes. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 6 minutes.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• If you have an accompanying multimedia presentation, you should upload it to an online presentation software such as SlideShare or Google Slides. You may also upload a screencast of your multimedia presentation. All additional presentations must be submitted as a URL. Any additional materials uploaded must be accessible to anyone with the URL without having to request permission or needing to login. You are strongly discouraged from simply uploading a PowerPoint presentation as the judges may not access to the same fonts and designs that you used.
• If you send an accompanying online presentation, you should still upload a video of the presenters delivering the presentation rather than simply a narrated video of the multimedia presentation.
• Once you have your video, complete the Introduction to Business Presentation Submission Form . Video and any supporting materials must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17.
• You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL and included links to any applicable supporting materials. If you need to resubmit the entry and any supporting materials, you must do so as a completely new entry (your previous entry will be deleted) no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.

Job Interview

1. Competitors will sign up for several time options to schedule a video conference with a Georgia FBLA staff member. Sign up at this link.
2. Sign up for the desired time frames at least 72 hours prior to the start of the earliest-requested time.
3. A confirmation email with directions for joining the video conference will be sent to the competitor. The adviser will be copied.
4. Competitor should click on the link provided to ensure that audio and webcam are set up correctly prior to the start of the meeting. Competitor may need to temporarily download the GoToMeetings app. Information will be included in the invitation email.
5. As the Georgia FBLA staff member may have a scheduled video conference immediately after yours, please make sure that you are signed in on time.
Please note the following:
• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• You may find it helpful to wear headphones during the video conference. You are advised to participate in the video conference in a room by yourself, where possible, to avoid other interruptions. Once we begin the video conference we will be unable to interrupt or reschedule it.
• At the start of the video conference, the Georgia FBLA staff member conduct the interview.
• The FBLA staff member will time the 10 minute interview.
• At the start of the interview, the Georgia FBLA staff member will record the video conference.
• The recording of the interview will be sent to the panel of judges.
• Interview should be scheduled from Monday, April 6 – Friday, April 17.

Mobile Application Development

• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• Record a video of the presenters delivering the presentation. The presentation must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• In the event of a team entry, you are encouraged to practice appropriate social distancing and using an online video conference application such as GoToMeeting, Zoom, Loom, or even Facetime. (Note: It is perfectly appropriate if team members appear in the video as 2-3 separate video boxes.) You will need to record the video conference and submit the recording of your video conference as your video.
• The video may not be edited from the time the presentation begins until the end of the presentation. We will not start the time until the presentation begins.
• 5 points will be deducted for presentations that are longer than 7 minutes. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 6 minutes.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• If you have an accompanying multimedia presentation, you should upload it to an online presentation software such as SlideShare or Google Slides. You may also upload a screencast of your multimedia presentation. All additional presentations must be submitted as a URL. Any additional materials uploaded must be accessible to anyone with the URL without having to request permission or needing to login. You are strongly discouraged from simply uploading a PowerPoint presentation as the judges may not access to the same fonts and designs that you used.
• If you send an accompanying online presentation, you should still upload a video of the presenters delivering the presentation rather than simply a narrated video of the multimedia presentation.
• Once you have your video, complete the Mobile Application Development Submission Form . Video and any supporting materials must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17.
• You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL and included links to any applicable supporting materials. If you need to resubmit the entry and any supporting materials, you must do so as a completely new entry (your previous entry will be deleted) no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.

Partnership with Business Project

• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• Record a video of the presenters delivering the presentation. The presentation must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• In the event of a team entry, you are encouraged to practice appropriate social distancing and using an online video conference application such as GoToMeeting, Zoom, Loom, or even Facetime. (Note: It is perfectly appropriate if team members appear in the video as 2-3 separate video boxes.) You will need to record the video conference and submit the recording of your video conference as your video.
• The video may not be edited from the time the presentation begins until the end of the presentation. We will not start the time until the presentation begins.
• 5 points will be deducted for presentations that are longer than 7 minutes. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 6 minutes.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• Judges will be sent a PDF copy of the American Enterprise Project that was submitted previously.
• If you have an accompanying multimedia presentation, you should upload it to an online presentation software such as SlideShare or Google Slides. You may also upload a screencast of your multimedia presentation. All additional presentations must be submitted as a URL. Any additional materials uploaded must be accessible to anyone with the URL without having to request permission or needing to login. You are strongly discouraged from simply uploading a PowerPoint presentation as the judges may not access to the same fonts and designs that you used.
• If you send an accompanying online presentation, you should still upload a video of the presenters delivering the presentation rather than simply a narrated video of the multimedia presentation.
• Once you have your video, complete the Partnership with Business Project Submission Form . Video and any supporting materials must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17.
• You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL and included links to any applicable supporting materials. If you need to resubmit the entry and any supporting materials, you must do so as a completely new entry (your previous entry will be deleted) no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.

Public Service Announcement

• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• Record a video of the presenters delivering the presentation. The presentation must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• In the event of a team entry, you are encouraged to practice appropriate social distancing and using an online video conference application such as GoToMeeting, Zoom, Loom, or even Facetime. (Note: It is perfectly appropriate if team members appear in the video as 2-3 separate video boxes.) You will need to record the video conference and submit the recording of your video conference as your video.
• The video may not be edited from the time the presentation begins until the end of the presentation. We will not start the time until the presentation begins.
• 5 points will be deducted for presentations that are longer than 5 minutes. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 4 minutes.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• If you have an accompanying multimedia presentation, you should upload it to an online presentation software such as SlideShare or Google Slides. You may also upload a screencast of your multimedia presentation. All additional presentations must be submitted as a URL. Any additional materials uploaded must be accessible to anyone with the URL without having to request permission or needing to login. You are strongly discouraged from simply uploading a PowerPoint presentation as the judges may not access to the same fonts and designs that you used.
• If you send an accompanying online presentation, you should still upload a video of the presenters delivering the presentation rather than simply a narrated video of the multimedia presentation.
• Once you have your video, complete the Public Service Announcement Submission Form. Video and any supporting materials must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17.
• You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL and included links to any applicable supporting materials. If you need to resubmit the entry and any supporting materials, you must do so as a completely new entry (your previous entry will be deleted) no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.

Public Speaking

• There will only be one final round of competition for this event. There will not be a separate preliminary round.
• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• No visual aids may be used during the speech.
• Record a video of the speaker presenting the speech. The speech must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• The video may not be edited from the time the speech begins until the end of the speech. We will not start the time until the speech begins.
• 5 points will be deducted for speech that are under 4 minutes, 31 seconds or over 5 minutes, 29 seconds. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 4 minutes.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• Once you have your video, complete the Public Speaking Submission Form . Video must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17.
• You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL. If you need to resubmit the entry, you must do so no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.

Publication Design

• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• Record a video of the presenters delivering the presentation. The presentation must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• In the event of a team entry, you are encouraged to practice appropriate social distancing and using an online video conference application such as GoToMeeting, Zoom, Loom, or even Facetime. (Note: It is perfectly appropriate if team members appear in the video as 2-3 separate video boxes.) You will need to record the video conference and submit the recording of your video conference as your video.
• The video may not be edited from the time the presentation begins until the end of the presentation. We will not start the time until the presentation begins.
• 5 points will be deducted for presentations that are longer than 7 minutes. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 6 minutes.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• If you have an accompanying multimedia presentation, you should upload it to an online presentation software such as SlideShare or Google Slides. You may also upload a screencast of your multimedia presentation. All additional presentations must be submitted as a URL. Any additional materials uploaded must be accessible to anyone with the URL without having to request permission or needing to login. You are strongly discouraged from simply uploading a PowerPoint presentation as the judges may not access to the same fonts and designs that you used.
• If you send an accompanying online presentation, you should still upload a video of the presenters delivering the presentation rather than simply a narrated video of the multimedia presentation.
• Once you have your video, complete the Publication Design Submission Form . Video and any supporting materials must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. • You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL and included links to any applicable supporting materials. If you need to resubmit the entry and any supporting materials, you must do so as a completely new entry (your previous entry will be deleted) no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.

Sales Presentation

• There will only be one final round of competition for this event. There will not be a separate preliminary round. • Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• Record a video of the presenters delivering the presentation. The presentation must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• The video may not be edited from the time the presentation begins until the end of the presentation. We will not start the time until the presentation begins.
• 5 points will be deducted for presentations that are longer than 7 minutes. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 6 minutes.
• Because this is an interactive event, you are encouraged to have a family member off camera to serve as your interactive partner, playing the role a judge would normally play.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• If you have an accompanying multimedia presentation, you should upload it to an online presentation software such as SlideShare or Google Slides. You may also upload a screencast of your multimedia presentation. All additional presentations must be submitted as a URL. Any additional materials uploaded must be accessible to anyone with the URL without having to request permission or needing to login. You are strongly discouraged from simply uploading a PowerPoint presentation as the judges may not access to the same fonts and designs that you used.
• If you send an accompanying online presentation, you should still upload a video of the presenters delivering the presentation rather than simply a narrated video of the multimedia presentation.
• Once you have your video, complete the Sales Presentation Submission Form. Video and any supporting materials must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. • You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL and included links to any applicable supporting materials. If you need to resubmit the entry and any supporting materials, you must do so as a completely new entry (your previous entry will be deleted) no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.

Social Media Campaign

• There will only be one final round of competition for this event. There will not be a separate preliminary round.
• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• Record a video of the presenters delivering the presentation. The presentation must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• In the event of a team entry, you are encouraged to practice appropriate social distancing and using an online video conference application such as GoToMeeting, Zoom, Loom, or even Facetime. (Note: It is perfectly appropriate if team members appear in the video as 2-3 separate video boxes.) You will need to record the video conference and submit the recording of your video conference as your video.
• The video may not be edited from the time the presentation begins until the end of the presentation. We will not start the time until the presentation begins.
• 5 points will be deducted for presentations that are longer than 7 minutes. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 6 minutes.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• If you have an accompanying multimedia presentation, you should upload it to an online presentation software such as SlideShare or Google Slides. You may also upload a screencast of your multimedia presentation. All additional presentations must be submitted as a URL. Any additional materials uploaded must be accessible to anyone with the URL without having to request permission or needing to login. You are strongly discouraged from simply uploading a PowerPoint presentation as the judges may not access to the same fonts and designs that you used.
• If you send an accompanying online presentation, you should still upload a video of the presenters delivering the presentation rather than simply a narrated video of the multimedia presentation.
• Once you have your video, complete the Social Media Campaign Submission Form. Video and any supporting materials must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17.
• You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL and included links to any applicable supporting materials. If you need to resubmit the entry and any supporting materials, you must do so as a completely new entry (your previous entry will be deleted) no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.

Website Design

• Judges will be instructed to ignore the dress code requirements for this event.
• Record a video of the presenters delivering the presentation. The presentation must be filmed with ONLY a cell phone camera or with a webcam.
• In the event of a team entry, you are encouraged to practice appropriate social distancing and using an online video conference application such as GoToMeeting, Zoom, Loom, or even Facetime. (Note: It is perfectly appropriate if team members appear in the video as 2-3 separate video boxes.) You will need to record the video conference and submit the recording of your video conference as your video.
• The video may not be edited from the time the presentation begins until the end of the presentation. We will not start the time until the presentation begins.
• 5 points will be deducted for presentations that are longer than 7 minutes. You may have an individual, such as a family member, who is in the room with you keeping the time and letting giving you the one-minute warning at 6 minutes.
• Once you have the video, you must upload it to an online video service (e.g., YouTube). If you save it to YouTube, it is important that you mark the video as UNLISTED. Videos marked as PRIVATE will receive a 5 point deduction or may not be judged.
• Regardless of online video service that you use, anyone with the URL must be able to view the video without requesting permission or needing to login (e.g., if you store the video in a Google video folder, the judges should not have to first log into a Google account in order to view the video). If we cannot readily access the video, you will receive a 5 point deduction or your video may not be judged.
• If you have an accompanying multimedia presentation, you should upload it to an online presentation software such as SlideShare or Google Slides. You may also upload a screencast of your multimedia presentation. All additional presentations must be submitted as a URL. Any additional materials uploaded must be accessible to anyone with the URL without having to request permission or needing to login. You are strongly discouraged from simply uploading a PowerPoint presentation as the judges may not access to the same fonts and designs that you used.
• If you send an accompanying online presentation, you should still upload a video of the presenters delivering the presentation rather than simply a narrated video of the multimedia presentation.
• Once you have your video, complete the Website Design Submission Form . Video and any supporting materials must be uploaded by 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17. Submission form will be turned off at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17.
• You will need the email address and cell phone number for the adviser before you upload the form.
• Once you upload the video, you should double check to make sure you uploaded the correct URL and included links to any applicable supporting materials. If you need to resubmit the entry and any supporting materials, you must do so as a completely new entry (your previous entry will be deleted) no later than 24 hours after the original submission or at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 17, whichever comes first.
• Videos will be sent to judges 24 hours after the original submission. Any submission after the 24-hour period has elapsed will be ignored.