Enter Our Employee Learning Week CONTEST for a Chance to WIN!

December 3, 2015 Rosetta Stone Enterprise and Education

ATD, Association for Talent Development, ELW, Employee Learning Week, Rosetta Stone Business, Video ContestDecember 7th-11th is Employee Learning Week. To celebrate, Rosetta Stone Business would like to hear from all of our learners in an exciting video contest.

Employee Learning Week is an awareness campaign organized by the Association for Talent Development. It’s all about the importance of employee learning to the overall success of an organization. Events are happening across the country and online. To find out more, visit the Association’s Employee Learning Week site.

Speaking of online events, let’s talk about our video contest! Entry is only a simple two steps:

  1. Create a video of 60 seconds or less and tell us – – what is the best thing you’ve done with a language you learned?
  2. Submit the .mp4 file via email to social@rosettastone.com by 11:59 PM ET on Wednesday, December 9th.

Now on to the important part: what you can win!

The top 3 videos win a gift card to a selection of retailers; $200 for first place, $100 for second, and $50 for third!

All submissions will be judged by a Rosetta Stone panel…but don’t worry, we’re not looking for Oscar-winning material (although feel free to have big ideas)! It can even be a simple video shot on a cell phone. The important part is the message. For instance, check out these examples from the Rosetta Stone team.

Three talented winners will be announced on Friday, December 11th via LinkedIn and Twitter, so make sure you’re following us!

We hear all the time about the difference our products are making in organizations around the world. Here is your chance to show it! We can’t wait to see what you can come up with.

Rules and restrictions apply. Void where prohibited. Check out the complete Official Rules here.

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