enter our content creation competition and have your voice heard
We know how important young people are to the growth and advancement of our communities, so we decided it is time they had a professional, multi-platform outlet where their stories can be heard and read by thousands of people. That outlet is a magazine called AusBiz which is published alongside the inflight titles for Rex airlines and Alliance Airlines, and an online platform called AusBizMedia.com.
What students need to do
Write a feature article (600 – 1,000 words), or create a video (3 – 5 minutes), on a topic of your choice in one of these five categories:
- Human Rights
- The Arts
Submit the article or video before 30 November 2021.
If you miss this round, don’t worry – the following round closes on February 28 2021.
What can students win?
As well as having their submission read or watched by thousands of people around the country and across the globe, the winner will receive:
- A brand new Lenovo Yoga laptop
- 2 x flights anywhere on the Rex network
- A 3-month internship with Publishing ByChelle in Sydney
We will publish one new article or video in every issue of AusBiz magazine (Sep/Oct, Nov/Dec, Jan/Feb). The overall winner will be announced in January 2022 at an awards ceremony hosted by Events ByChelle.
Submit your article or video
Want to bring Young Voices for AusBiz to your school or university?
If you’re an educator, parent or young person who wants to see Young Voices for AusBiz rolled out at a school or university near you, please get in touch.
We will send you everything you need to get involved including flyers, media kits and posters.
Please contact Michelle Hespe: email@example.com
Not sure what to write about?
Check out our recent submissions
Who run the world? Right now, not girls
“Who run the world?” Right now, not girls. Jasmin Foster investigates the impacts of period poverty in Australia and around the world.
Hope for renewables in a post-fossil fuel Australia
Alana Ramshaw reports on Australia’s noticeably slow uptake of renewables as part of our Young Voices for AusBiz initiative.
The politics of celebrity cancel culture
Public figures who cross the lines of political correctness are falling prey to ‘cancel culture’, but is it social justice? Matilda Meikle dives right in.
Terms & Conditions: Entrants must be between the ages of 15-21 to be eligible. All submissions must be original and must not infringe on any copyright laws or restrictions. Video submissions must be original material or a compilation of material used with the owner’s explicit permission or with a creative commons licence. All submissions will require express permission from writers/creators before being published on any Publishing ByChelle (PBC) channel, as well as written consent from a parent or guardian if the entrants is under the age of 18.