Can you RAP it?!
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Write a RAP or Spoken Word piece about your future!

Challenge details

2014 sees the launch of the National Careers tour, an exciting partnership between MyKindaCrowd, Not Going to Uni, National Careers Service, National Apprenticeship Service and the amazing Suli Breaks.

MyKindaCrowd’s very own group of spoken word artists are going into schools, and encouraging young people to think about their future by writing and performing a RAP or poem! Yes, you read that right.

We know that everyone is different, so we want to encourage students between the ages of 14 – 24 to choose a future which is best suited to THEM. Whether that’s working, going to University or doing an Apprenticeship – there is no right or wrong answer!

If you're a teacher wanting to book a workshop, a student who has participated in one of our classroom sessions or a youngster that just wants to spit some bars about their future - we want to hear from you!

However you want to spend the next few years of your life, we can't wait to hear you RAP about it.

How To Enter

Once you have decided on your idea, you can choose to submit your entry in the following formats:

  • Word Document
  • PDF
  • Powerpoint Presentation
  • If you have completed your entry on paper, please scan your submission and upload as a JPEG
  • You can upload your submission as a video/audio file, or include a link in a word document to a video you have uploaded to YouTube

If you need any help uploading your submission or have any questions, get in touch and we'll be glad to help

(All submissions are reviewed by our team, please ensure yours is completed in full as any empty or false submissions will be removed and any points awarded deducted from your points total)

The Prizes

Signed Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip CD & the chance to perform at a Spoken Word night


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