Winter 2011

NASBA CPT Announces 2011 Ethics in Action Student Video Competition

College students across the U.S. have a chance to showcase their creativity in the CPT’s national video competition. This month, the CPT launches “Ethics in Action,” its student video competition, an opportunity for college and university students to unleash their creativity while focusing on ethics.

CPT realized, with the prevalence of ethical dilemmas in the last few years and Wall Street’s impact on the economic crisis, that there is an opportunity to influence future leaders by educating today’s student on ethics, accountability and integrity. The video competition is designed to do just that – foster interest and dialog among colleges and universities in the U.S. by asking students to create a 1-3 minute video centered on “Ethics in Action.”

Facebook fans have a chance to join in the judging action. The creator(s) of the video with the most “likes” will be named winner of the Viewers’ Choice award and will win a total of $100 in gift cards. Judged entries will be announced via Facebook on March 29, 2011.

Interested students are encouraged to visit: to learn more about the contest, register their team, and complete preliminary forms. Video submissions are due by March 11, 2011.

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