Challenge

CongressLIVE Challenges

All currently open Challenges are listed below. Click on an expandable section for instructions on how to enter.

Challenge: Medical Miracles

Are you a medical miracle?

Share your story as a medical miracle and upload it here.  All entries will be entered into a raffle for a voucher to purchase CongressLIVE merchandise.

Instructions for entries:

Record a 2-minute video describing your story as a medical miracle. Treat this recording as your final submission. You may want to run through a rehearsal first.

Be sure you begin your video by introducing yourself and saying where you’re from. If you’re unsure where to start after that, begin by finishing the statement, “I am a medical miracle because…”

Select a location in your home that will be private while you record and has a plain or tidy background. Remember: eliminate all background noise and move away from any windows or glares in the background.

Speak into the lens of the camera. Position yourself inside the frame of the camera. Make sure that the top of your head is below the top of the frame and the top of your shoulders are visible. Remember: this should be a chest-up shot. Here’s a good reference:
Make sure the camera is pointing straight on to your face – not positioned under your face and pointing upward, or above your face and pointing downward.

If you are recording on a phone, be sure to record horizontally, not vertically.

Present yourself well. Please wear a button-down shirt, collared shirt, or other business casual attire. Please, no sweatshirts or athletic wear.

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2020/06/08 23:59:59

Submit your entry using the form below

Challenge: Why do you want to be a medical professional?

Why do you want to be a medical professional?

Record your story and upload it here.  All entries will be entered into a raffle for a voucher to purchase CongressLIVE merchandise.

Instructions for entries:

Record a 2-minute video describing your story as a medical miracle. Treat this recording as your final submission. You may want to run through a rehearsal first.

Be sure you begin your video by introducing yourself and saying where you’re from. If you’re unsure where to start after that, begin by finishing the statement, “I want to be a [ type of doctor/medical scientist ] because …”

Select a location in your home that will be private while you record and has a plain or tidy background. Remember: eliminate all background noise and move away from any windows or glares in the background.

Speak into the lens of the camera. Position yourself inside the frame of the camera. Make sure that the top of your head is below the top of the frame and the top of your shoulders are visible. Remember: this should be a chest-up shot. Here’s a good reference:

Make sure the camera is pointing straight on to your face – not positioned under your face and pointing upward, or above your face and pointing downward.

If you are recording on a phone, be sure to record horizontally, not vertically.

Present yourself well. Please wear a button-down shirt, collared shirt, or other business casual attire. Please, no sweatshirts or athletic wear.

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2020/06/08 23:59:59

Submit your entry using the form below

Challenge: Get to Know Me

Get to Know Me

Record a video speaking directly into the camera. Start by showing us your smile for 1 second.

Then give your name and where you’re from, your medical career aspirations (“I am a future _______“), and introduce us to your pet or show us something that makes you happy! And finally, give an “ENERGY, BABY!” to the camera.

Treat this recording as your final submission. You may want to run through a rehearsal first.

Select a location in your home that will be private while you record and has a plain or tidy background. Eliminate all background noise and move away from any windows or glares in the background.

Speak into the lens of the camera. Position yourself inside the frame of the camera. Make sure that the top of your head is below the top of the frame and the top of your shoulders are visible. Remember: this should be a chest-up shot. Here’s a good reference:

Make sure the camera is pointing straight on to your face – not positioned under your face and pointing upward, or above your face and pointing downward.

If you are recording on a phone, be sure to record horizontally, not vertically.
Present yourself well. Please wear a button-down shirt, collared shirt, or other business casual attire. Please, no sweatshirts or athletic wear.

CLOSING IN...

2020/06/04 23:59:59

Submit your entry using the form below