Alumni & Parents

Alumni & Parents

SEA Alumni Photo Contest

Fall 2013 Photo Contest

Every fall & spring, SEA holds an Alumni Photo Contest to uncover the best photos taken by recent SEA Semester alumni. The contest is a great opportunity for students to relive their experiences and to share the shots that best tell their SEA Semester story.

The Fall 2013 Contest welcomes submissions from students representing SEA classes 245 - 248.

Ideal categories of submission include people, shipboard life, port stops, science, and nature.

After the submission deadline, a formal panel of SEA judges will choose the top ten photos. We will then put the top ten to public vote via the SEA website and the SEA Facebook page to determine the winner. The winner will be announced on December 16, 2013.

Submission Requirements

  • JPG files only, less than 2 MB in size
  • Digital or scanned photos only, submitted via the form below
  • Color and/or black & white shots are welcome
  • File names should be location/description_lastname_classnumber.jpg, e.g.:

          honolulu_jones_s232.jpg
          winkling_smith_c234.jpg

  •     To be considered, photos must be submitted by Tuesday, November 26th. 

Prizes
The winning photo will earn a spot on the SEA website and as a SEA Semester Facebook Cover Photo!

Eligibility
Each alumnus may submit up to three (3) photos. All photos must be submitted by the SEA alum who took them.

Contest Waiver

Once uploaded and submitted, all photos will become property of SEA. By submitting your photograph(s), you permit SEA to use your name in conjunction with the photo(s), and to use your photo(s) to promote SEA Semester in any and all media. They may be used on the SEA website, in promotional print materials, and as otherwise deemed appropriate by SEA.

I understand and accept these conditions (required to participate in the contest).

Photo Contest

Alumni Contact

Victoria Smith

Alumni Relations Coordinator
(508) 540-3954 ext. 512
vsmith@sea.edu

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