Contest is open April 5 through May 8. ENTER TODAY!
AZ529 Future Career Art Contest!
How does your child picture their future career and the education to get there? Well, give them some paper and find out! To celebrate Financial Literacy month in April, we’re holding our first-ever Future Career Art Contest.
- Open to all K-5th grade students in Arizona, including students from district, charter, private and homeschools.
- One (1) original entry per person.
- Have your child draw a picture of their dream job. They may use any medium they prefer, be it crayon, paint, pencil, or anything else that can be put to paper. Entry can be no larger than 8.5×11 inches.
- Entries accepted through May 8, 2022, 11:59 p.m. (MST).
Contest Entry Form
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Official Contest Rules
One (1) original entry per person
HOW TO ENTER: Drawings must be submitted through the official contest web page. Entries must be marked no later than May 8, 2022.
- Entries will be judged and scored by a panel of judges, including representatives of the AZ529 Plan Advisory Committee.
- Entries will be judged on four categories worth 25 points each: Originality, Creativity, Organization and Content.
ELIGIBILITY: All participants must be Arizona residents, currently enrolled in Kindergarten through 5th grade as of August 2021. The parent or legal guardian submitting an entry on behalf of the minor must also be an Arizona resident.
PRIZES: Twelve (12) vouchers, each in the amount of $529, will be awarded toward an AZ529 Education Savings Plan, across Arizona. All prizes will be conveyed through a direct contribution to a new or existing AZ529 account in the name of the winner or their parent/guardian. No cash prizes will be awarded.
WINNER SELECTION/VERIFICATION: Winners will be notified by phone and/or email after the close of the contest and completion of judging. To receive AZ529 funds, parents/guardians must submit verification of an open AZ529 account within 90 days after the award notification. If verification is not completed within 90 days of the notification, the prize will be forfeited.
AGREEMENT TO THE OFFICIAL RULES: By participating in the Contest, each Entrant fully and unconditionally agrees to accept these Official Rules and the decision of the sponsor and judges which are final and binding in all matters related to the Contest. No purchase necessary to enter or win.
AGREEMENT TO USE OF CONTENT: By submitting an entry, each participant (and their parent or legal guardian) agrees to allow The Office of the Arizona State Treasurer, Arizona’s Education Savings Program and its agents to use each drawing selected to be shared online or in print for marketing purposes. The child’s last name will not be shared or posted online or in a social message but may be used in news releases or media coverage.
DISCLOSURE OF SPONSORS: The AZ529 Education Savings Plan is managed by the Arizona Education Savings Program, a division of The Office of the Arizona State Treasurer. Approved AZ529 Plan providers include Fidelity and Ivy Investments. This contest is being managed by Davidson Belluso, marketing partner of the Arizona Education Savings Program.
TAX LIABILITY: The Sponsors and their agents make no representations as to the tax liability or deductibility of a prize. Each participant (and their parent or legal guardian) shall be solely responsible for filing and paying any taxes arising from the receipt of a prize.
The 12 winners will be declared by a panel of judges from the AZ529 Advisory Committee.
The AZ529 Education Savings Plan is a designated account to save for qualified higher education expenses. Contributions to this account grow on a tax-deferred basis. Funds in an AZ529 account can be used for tuition and fees, room and board, books and supplies, a computer, internet services and other related educational expenses.
If your child wins, you will receive a $529 voucher towards an AZ529 Education Savings Plan. AZ529 funds can be used to pay for higher education institutions across the country and some schools abroad. There is no obligation to use the winning funds at a specific vocational school, college or university.
AZ529 funds can be used for education expenses including tuition and fees, books, supplies, and equipment required for an accredited postsecondary institution or participation in an apprenticeship program registered and certified with the Secretary of Labor under section 1 of the National. AZ529 account funds can also be used for qualified student loan repayments, up to a lifetime maximum of $10,000 per beneficiary. Students who are enrolled at least half-time may use AZ529 account funds for room and board expenses.