UMA Logo Contest

The Undocumented Mentorship Academy (UMA) is a project led by the Inland Empire Immigrant Youth Collective. Our purpose is to create leaders by increasing access to higher education and encouraging undocumented youth to foster relationships with their community through activism.

As we develop exciting plans for the upcoming months, UMA is looking for a young artist to help us create a new logo that reflects the powerful presence of immigrant high school youth in the Inland region.

We are looking for a unique design that visualizes and emphasizes UMA’s three main objectives to engage, empower, and connect immigrant youth in Riverside and San Bernardino counties.

Our UMA logo contest includes a cash award! The winning design will be selected by IEIYC members and will receive an award of $100.

We encourage youth from ALL backgrounds to submit their designs, no matter their level of experience.

How to enter the contest:

  1. Create a unique design that reflects immigrant high school youth in the Inland region.
  2. Be creative! You can use any type of style including drawing, painting, digital designs, etc.
  3. Include a brief 2-3 sentences on your inspiration for the design.
  4. Scan and email your design to
    Mail a copy of your design to: 601 N. Euclid Ave.
    Ontario, CA 91762

DEADLINE: All designs must be emailed or postmarked/mailed by Friday, June 30th, 2017

The winner will be announced byJuly 14th, 2017