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This program is open to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States, District of Columbia, and all U.S. territories who are girls between the ages of 10 to 16 years old, who submit parental authorization accompanying the application form.
1) HOW TO APPLY
Applications can be downloaded from girlshealth.gov. Parental permission must submitted with the application in order for the application to be considered complete. There must be a valid parent/caregiver email address and phone number. All entries become the property of the OWH and girlshealth.gov. OWH and girlshealth.gov may use any of the entries for any purpose whatsoever, without further compensation to the entrant. Applicants will be selected based on her responses to the application questions as well as her answer to the “opinion statement” at the end of the form. Applicants will be judged on creativity, thoughtfulness, and enthusiasm. To be eligible all entry qualifications must be met.
Prizes for participation in the Sounding Board will be mailed out to each actively participating member each month. Active participation can include but is not limited to responding to emails, and attending conference calls. Prizes vary in value.
3) RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY:
One entry per person. Alternate entries will result in disqualification. Void where prohibited by law. The decision of OWH and girlshealth.gov is final. All federal, state and local laws and regulations apply.
Entries. For all entries, all fields must be complete or entry will be deemed invalid. OWH and girlshealth.gov shall have no liability for any malfunction of the Internet, girlshealth.gov website, or any other computer-related processor system.
4) DISQUALIFICATION AND PENALTIES:
All participants agree to be bound by these rules. OWH and girlshealth.gov further reserve the right to disqualify any person for (i) violating any of these rules, (ii) tampering with the entry process or the operation of the girlshealth.gov website, or (iii) engaging in otherwise unsportsmanlike, disruptive, annoying, harassing, or threatening behavior.
5) PUBLICITY RELEASE:
Unless prohibited by law, participation constitutes permission for OWH and girlshealth.gov without any further obligation to the participant, to use participant’s name, voice, biographical data and likeness for promotional and marketing purposes.
6) ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
OWH and girlshealth.gov shall not be responsible for any administrative errors involved in the execution of any application.
Content last updated January 18, 2011