The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), School of Public Health, Division of Community Health Sciences in collaboration with the Puerto Rican Cultural Center (PRCC) -Vida/SIDA (Vida/SIDA), proposes a project called UIC Integrated PASEO (Promoting Actions that support prevention and recovery through Services, Education, and Outreach). This program seeks to expand and enhance co-located substance abuse (SA), mental health (MH), hepatitis C and HIV prevention and care services for Hispanic/ Latino and African American LGBTQ young adults ages 18 – 24 who attend the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) or live in surrounding campus communities by providing seamless prevention, education and healthcare services. To ensure the integrity of the UIC Integrated PASEO program, and garner a wide range of artistic expression, we are hosting the UIC Integrated PASEO Logo Design Competition. This competition provides a unique opportunity to foster academic-community partnerships between UIC students and community-based organizations to work together to design a logo.
We seek artists and graphic designers at UIC and within the community to develop a logo that represents the essence of the UIC Integrated PASEO program’s mission, vision and core values. ***Submission due date May 8, 2017***
To Promote Affirming Services, comprehensive Education and community Outreach to the young adults we serve, including LGBTQIA+
An inclusive and affirming community for the health of the whole person
Affirming: We are committed to providing inclusive and respectful care to all.
Inclusion: We believe caring for the whole community is necessary to promote positive health and well-being.
Safe Space: We believe in creating spaces where everyone feels safe, respected, and able to be their authentic self.
Empowerment: We are committed to increasing community members’ confidence in their ability to access the health care services and resources they have a right to attain.
Collaboration: We seek to build university-community relationships to facilitate access to affirming healthcare and resources.
**The logo must be in a format that allows for multiple uses such as flyers, websites, and merchandise. Please note preference will be given to the design developed through a collaborative approach, but individual designs are welcomed.
**The winning design developed through an academic-community-based organization collaboration will be awarded a $500 cash prize to be split evenly by both parties. The winning design developed by a single designer will be award a $250 cash prize.
**We reserve the right to not declare a winner should no suitable designs be submitted.
**Please email your submission(s) to both Nikki Floyd at email@example.com and Kevin Garcia at firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions about submission guidelines, design and format requirements or general questions may be directed to Nikki Floyd or Kevin Garcia.
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