Ms. Nuñez-Hernandez coordinates CVAC Poster Contest


Miami-Dade County’s Community Action and Human Services Department Coordinated Victims Assistance Center (CVAC)and  One Billion Rising Miami are sponsoring a Contest to create the artwork for CVAC’s Human Trafficking Poster that will be distributed throughout the county.  One (1), Design and Architecture Senior High School (DASH) student will be chosen and designated the winner.

 Poster and Slogan Contest Specifications:

  • All artwork must be original and acceptable media include: paint; ink; pencil; pen; crayon; pastels; photography; collage; any paper; canvas; and computer generated or digitally enhanced art. It must be delivered in a digital format that can be reproduced for print.

Entries must include:

-The name: Community Action and Human Services Department

-Slogan  (STANDS TOGETHER TO ELIMINATE HUMAN TRAFFICKING was the slogan for last year’s campaign and students are invited to create a new slogan, along with their artwork.  The purpose of the poster is to make victims aware of the services available to them, so please use this as your guide.)

-Miami Dade County logo (attached)

-Coordinated Victims Assistance Center phone number: 305-285-5900

Accompanied by:

—               Full student name and contact information

—               A list of sources (if applicable)

 Entries will be judged on:

Quality of Information

Impact of Message

Quality of Graphics/Photos/Technical

Aesthetic Appeal


All entries must be submitted to DASH lead teacher, Ms. Nuñez-Hernandez:


Ms. Nuñez-Hernandez will have a copy of last year’s poster available in her classroom to be used as a reference.

 All entries must be received by 11:59 pm October 15, 2016.   Entries received after the established deadline will not be eligible to participate. 

The Prizes:

  • An iPad Pro with an iPen and have your poster displayed at the Coordinated Victims Assistance Center.

A pizza party at DASH for the top contestants whose work was considered but was not selected for the grand prize (not to exceed 30 students).