[The winning entry to MWW’s contest from Ashoka, a non-profit that facilitates social entrepreneurship]
MWW Group announced the winners of their “100 Words for 100 Days” contest to one company, and one individual today. Entries were judged on how they answered the questions “What Change Are You Ready For In The First 100 Days? What Can YOU Do to Bring About This Change?” as well as the likelihood MWW could help achieve the latter.
The non-profit Ashoka picked up the $30,000 worth of PR services with the video entry above. Emory University junior Mallory Goldberg won the $5000 internship by taking a creative approach to her 100 words, writing it in the first person as a bridge in need of repair. Her essay “Improve Infrastructure, Generate Jobs,” called for a renewed commitment to the nations bridges, tunnels and roadways.
Goldberg is going for a double major in journalism and business at Emory’s Goizueta Business School. She will complete her internship at MWW’s New York offices.
Related: MWW’s Free PR Awarded Tomorrow for “100 Words for 100 Days”