SYP logo contest deadline extended


The deadline to submit entries for the Saipan Young Professionals’ logo contest has been extended to Monday, May This contest is open to all high school students on Saipan. The SYP Logo Design Application packet is available online:

Students are being asked to create a logo that represents the group’s core values and its identity as “Saipan Young Professionals.” This logo will symbolize SYP’s value in education, dedication to collaboration, and belief in a better Marianas. SYP is excited to see the innovation and creativity that lies within the island’s talented youth.

The group, which is a committee of the Saipan Chamber of Commerce, aims to inspire, network, and engage young professionals to influence positive change and to foster growth that will shape the future of the Marianas.

The logo entries should be submitted to your school representative by Monday, and they will then submit the top two submissions that will represent their school to the Chamber office by May 19, Tuesday.

The following are the representatives for each school: Jonathan Aguon (Saipan Southern High School), Keiko Yamagata (Mount Carmel School), Ramir Trinidad (Marianas Baptist Academy), Jojo Alepuyo (Marianas High School), Beth Nunez (Grace Christian Academy), Leila Staffler (Kagman High School), Tim Bray (Saipan International School), and Vilma Reyes (Eucon International School).

For information and more details, email or call April/Giselle at 234-7150. (SCC)

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