Eligibility & Conditions
This is open to Connecticut residents who are 18 years and older. Must have parent or guardian consent if younger than 18 years old. Enter as individuals, groups, or organizations.
Here are the conditions:
Please note that the following eligibility requirements must be met in order to proceed with the submission process.
All HJCT Challenge participants must submit a video answering the challenge questions and complete an online application form.
All HJCT Challenge participants must be CT residents or a CT-based organization, school or group. The video must address the healthcare needs of the residents of Connecticut.
Entries previously submitted in other contests or projects that have been previously posted publicly are not eligible for the HJCT Challenge.
HJCT Challenge participants must avoid referencing or including copyrighted material or trademarks, such as logo-laden apparel, brands, or music in their videos in order to be eligible to win.
All video entries must be original and must not infringe or violate the rights of any third parties, including, but not limited to copyrights, patents, trademarks, trade secrets, and rights of publicity/privacy.
As a condition of entering this Contest, participants acknowledge and agree to the following:
Health Justice CT is a project of the Society for New Communications Research (“SNCR”), and is whereas the legal entity sponsoring this Challenge.
SNCR reserves the right to make additions to and/or deletions from the submission process above or otherwise make any and all changes to the eligibility requirements with or without notice, including, but not limited to, changes to the contest guidelines, deadline, and file requirements.
SNCR is not responsible for lost, stolen, or incorrectly submitted entries. All entries become the sole property of SNCR.
All decisions regarding the challenge, including, but not limited to, rules, eligibility, and winner selection are at SNCR and exclusive discretion, are final, and are not subject to appeal.
HJCT Challenge participants agree to be bound by these official rules and SNCR’s determination of the winner shall be final.
By submitting a video and entry form, all challenge participants agree to release, discharge, and hold harmless SNCR from all claims and damages arising out of his/her/their participation in the challenge and submission process, and to have his/her/their video used at SNCR’s discretion in any and all media now known or hereafter devised.
By submitting a video and entry form, all HJCT Challenge participants acknowledge that the prize must be used to implement the proposed project idea.
HJCT Challenge participants agree to cooperate with SNCR reporting requirement if the prize is awarded in the timeframe determined by SNCR.
HJCT Challenge participants agree that all video entries and submissions become the sole property of SNCR and that SNCR may use and/or edit/alter, for all purposes and without compensation, all video entries submitted in the challenge without compensation.
SNCR reserves the right to use submission or submitter’s name (“challenge participant”) and likeness in all promotion in any medium including the web.
Winning participant(s) agree that as a condition of accepting the prize, they will cooperate with SNCR and provide information regarding themselves and the winning submission, including without limitation: the winner’s name and likeness (es); articles; and press releases. All such information may be used by SNCR for all purposes and without compensation.
Challenge participants agree to waive all rights to claim exemplary, punitive, incidental or consequential damages, or max damages defined and limited to one dollar, and that all causes of action arising out of or connection with this challenge, or any monies awarded, shall be resolved individually, without resort to any form of class action.
SNCR reserves the right to cancel the HJCT Challenge at any time without obligation or prior notice.
No employer-employee relationship is created as a result of participating in the HJCT Challenge.
All copyrights and trademarks remain the property of their respective owners.