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Win $500 - $2,000 For Your Utah Service Project!

Automatically entered for a $10,000 National Prize!

• Open to Utah-based young people who are between the ages of 13 and 19. .

• Must be received by 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, May 19, 2024.

• $2,000 Utah First Prize

• $1,500 Utah Second Prize

• $1,000 Utah Third prize

• $500 Utah Fourth Prize

The contest submission portfolio includes...
1,200-word essay on how your project advances Founding Principles and Civic Virtues
A project report of up to 2,000 words on the project’s inspiration, planning, and execution. Includes at least two examples of the impact on your community.
Photographic or video documentation of project That shows tangible impact.
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All Utah-based entries will be invited to exhibit their projects in-person on June 14, 2024!

My Impact Challenge Utah FAQs

Utah’s MyImpact Challenge is a civics fair sponsored by the Bill of Rights Institute, the Utah Civic Learning Collaborative, Utah Valley University’s Center for Constitutional Studies, and YouthLinc. The fair will be held June 14, 2024 at Utah Valley University.

The contest is open to Utah students between the ages of 13 and 19 who are involved in a community service project.

Send a project report of up to 2,000 words, an essay of up to 1,200 words on how your project upholds one Civic Virtue and one Founding Principle, and photo or video documentation. Find out more at

Groups of up to five members can enter the contest.

No. Entries must be written and filed by students. Teachers may provide support but cannot write entries and should not file entires under their names.

No. MyImpact Challenge awards
cash prizes which can be used for
any purpose, whether funding your education or investing money back into your project.

If you've started work on an ongoing service project that isn't finished yet, enter anyway! If you're doing real work and your project is having a real impact, we want to see it.

No. MyImpact Challenge is a contest for completed or in-progress service projects. If you are only at the project planning stage, you might have a great entry for next year's contest.

More information about the contest is available at or by emailing