Contest: Name Our Blog!

We want YOU to help us name our blog! As you can see, our staff has been working hard to create interesting content, but the blog needs a makeover.  We are envious of creative blog names here at Penn like Under the Button, Quakers and Shakers, and Tripping Franklins, so we turn to you for help!  Entering is so easy, even a Princeton student could do it (but actually they can’t…the contest is ONLY open to Penn students, alumni, faculty and staff).

How to enter:

Just post your suggestion as a reply to this post using your Penn-affiliated email address. There is a limit of one entry per person, so give it some thought before submitting.  We will create a new logo based on the new blog title, so bonus points to those of you who suggest how your title could be translated into a graphic.

We will be accepting entries until Friday, January 29th  (so you have two weeks…but if someone takes your creative idea before you submit, the prize will go to them).  And speaking of prizes, the winner will get a $25 iTunes gift card and their blog name in lights. Or, at least at the header of our blog.  We’ll announce the winner and new title here on the blog in mid-February.

Good Luck!

*Penn Career Services reserves the right to make the final decision on the new blog title, including selection of a title not proposed via this contest.

Author: Mylène

Mylène Kerschner is an Associate Director in Career Services working with the College of Arts & Sciences team.

16 thoughts on “Contest: Name Our Blog!”

  1. Quaker Made – PENN educated & career ready – here to help you show the world what Quakers are made of.

    Logo could be something like the PENN shield pieces coming together getting ready to launch

  2. Poor Richard’s Blog. Gives the shout out to Franklin and makes a wry comment about our finical prospects post-graduation.

  3. “All About the Benjamins–How to put your Penn career to work for you.”

    Not sure if you would want to incorporate the $100 bill in your blog design, but the title would be a play on Ben Franklin and income (/earning), and would convey that the blog will help students and alums parlay their academic careers at Penn into “real world” jobs after graduation.

  4. There Will Be Advice.
    If you don’t pick mine, I will drink your milkshake! I’ll drink it up!

  5. “PENNy for your Thoughts” or “PENNies for your Thoughts”

    Your logo can be a penny but with the image of Ben Franklin instead of Lincoln.

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