What is Cellcom's Project Innovate?
Cellcom's Project Innovate is a program in partnership with Nsight Telservices that allows members of the community to vote for one school in Brown County to receive prize money for the purchase of classroom technology. A total of $50,000 will be distributed through Cellcom's 2014 Project Innovate in Brown County. Voters will help Cellcom and Nsight Telservices give back to the communities it serves and support one of the company's key areas of focus: children and education.
Do larger schools have an unfair advantage over small schools in securing adequate votes?
Project Innovate is about mobilizing your supporters through word of mouth. By rallying community members and encouraging them to vote, schools of any size can be successful in Project Innovate. In all years, the grand prize winner was NOT the largest school in the competition.
Do I have to be a Cellcom customer to vote?
No. Anyone age 13 or older is eligible to vote in Project Innovate, however, children under the age of 18 should consult with a parent or guardian before voting.
How many time can I vote?
Individuals can vote once. Multiple votes from the same email address and votes from invalid email addresses will be disqualified.
Will you sell voter information or use the information to market to voters?
To vote, you will need to enter your email address. We will not share or sell your email address to any other vendor.
How can schools use the donation?
Winning schools must use the prize money to purchase technology for student and teacher use. Examples include interactive white boards, lap tops or tablets, software and apps, Wi-Fi network equipment, connected science lab instruments or digital media tools. Winners cannot purchase product(s) from Cellcom or Nsight Telservices' competitors.
When will the winners be announced?
Cellcom will notify the top three winners on December 1, 2014. The results of Project Innovate will be revealed during presentations at the winning schools the week of December 8.