Help Thunderbird win $10,000!

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WHAT: Thunderbird is participating in the Johnson & Johnson’s Be Vital Challenge 2013. This challenge is for a registered student organization with activities that helps improve the health, well-being, or prosperity of the local or global community. The student organization has to submit a 2-min video that describes its efforts and impact in making the world a better place to live in. At the graduate level, there are two prizes – a $10,000 first place prize and a $5,000 second place prize.

WHY: Our very own TSG has consistently served the community via ThunderCares and facilitating Thunderbird for Good. We created a video with footage from previous terms along with a compelling narrative that depicts our impact on the Glendale community and various communities worldwide. To date, these projects have impacted 125,000 people worldwide via business training projects, community service and creating jobs. We believe that the TSG deserves a chance to showcase its work on a broader platform and

WHAT YOU NEED TO DO: To help Thunderbird win, you need to go to THIS LINK AND VOTE. Please share this with everyone and make sure you spend a few seconds to vote. You need to vote every 24 hours – one vote per login ID. Voting closes December 1. Spread the word!!!! 

Special thanks to:

Anush Kumar for creating the video and composing the background music,

to Matthew Erley and Thomas Carpenter for the narrations

and Soumya Sivadas, Nikhil Purwaha, Michael Reardon, Jennifer Patton and Deepali Ramaiah for getting things done.

Good luck Thunderbird and TSG!!! 

 

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