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Student Council Tips and Tools
3 Keys to Make Your Project Entries Stand Out
As the National Student Project Database continues to grow, remember these three key things to make your project entry shine.
- Write a detailed project summary that clearly explains the project, its planning, its operation, the number of students involved, and its totals or outcomes. Also include your council’s goals for the project and any challenges faced in planning or completing the project.
- Upload good quality photos or video links that show the project in action.
- Upload essential forms or flyers that helped make the project successful.
To enter your latest student council project, visit the National Student Project Database here.