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KEIKICO CONTEST

Our annual KeikiCo Contest is a business plan competition where students can showcase their best ideas to win $5,000 to $25,000 for their schools. Voting for our KeikiCo 2021 Contest People's Choice Award is live. Check out the videos below and vote for your favorites!

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HOW IT WORKS

  1. Open to the first 60 schools to submit their School Registration Form. Teams can be made of 2 to 5 students (teams of 5 are recommended to best evenly distribute the work).

  2. Competing divisions from public, private and charter schools in Hawaii:

    • Elementary (Grade 3-5), Middle (Grade 6-8) and High School (Grade 9-12)

  3. Cash Prizes for your school: $5,000, $15,000 or even $25,000. Prizes include:

    • First Place: $25,000 to the school of the winning team

    • Second Place: $15,000 to the school of the winning team

    • People's Choice: $5,000 to the entry with the highest votes (one per division)

IMPORTANT DATES

Friday, Nov. 5 at 5:00 p.m. HST: Deadline for 2021 KeikiCo Competition Submissions (including Business Plans, Video Pitch link, and all completed waivers)

Monday, Nov. 22 to Wednesday, Dec. 1: People’s Choice Voting – The top 5 Video Pitches per division posted on this page

Thursday, Dec. 2: Notification to winning schools and announcement of People’s Choice winners

Monday, Dec. 6 to Friday, Dec. 17: Awards ceremonies at schools

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