TORONTO — The #SkillsLogoChallenge, the seventh challenge in the Skills Ontario #SkillsAtHome social media challenge series, is requiring participants to use their creativity to make the Skills Ontario logo using an artistic style of their choosing.
Participants will be marked on their ability to accurately represent Skills Ontario’s logo using painting, drawing, sewing, stitching, welding, baking, sculpting and more.
The challenge develops abilities in planning and design, creativity and fine-motor skills and relates to the skilled professions of painter, decorator, ironworker and carpenter/woodworker, which encourages youth to explore skilled trades and technologies. While Skills Ontario primarily reaches youth, Ontarians of all ages are encouraged to give the #SkillsAtHome challenges a try, indicates a release.
Participants must send in submissions for the #SkillsLogoChallenge by July 6.
To participate in challenges in the #SkillsAtHome series, audiences are asked to share their submissions on Twitter.
“We’ve been releasing challenges every two weeks and the response has been incredible,” said Ian Howcroft, CEO of Skills Ontario, in a statement. “We’re thrilled to bring opportunities to Ontarians to learn about skilled trades and technologies, both in-person and virtually, and we’re proud to continue the learning. We can’t wait to see the design skills to come.”