JOIN OUR WINNER'S CIRCLE
BY THE NUMBERS
MORE THAN 400 STUDENTS,
25 TOP GRADUATE SCHOOLS ACROSS NORTH AMERICA
$75,000+ IN PRIZE MONEY DONATED
40% OF ALUMNI NOW WORK IN
MEDIA & TECH
Interested in competing in an Interactive Case Competition? Competitors must be 18 years or older, enrolled in a North American graduate or undergraduate school, and eligible to work in the United States. EMBAs, recent graduates, and others may ask about eligibility by contacting email@example.com
What is the Interactive Case Competition?The Interactive Case Competition, founded by media industry educator Craig Leddy, is the media & technology industry’s leading student case study contest and recruitment program, providing an opportunity for students to learn about the industry, get mentored by top executives, think innovatively about a timely challenge and get valuable visibility before executives and recruiters.
What is the Fall 2023 Interactive Case Competition: Broadband Equity Challenge?This fall top graduate students will help to close the Digital Divide by developing actionable promotion & engagement strategies to encourage broadband sign-ups among key demographic groups. Starting in September, students will receive expert education and executive mentoring to formulate their plans. The competition concludes live online in November with student presentations before corporate recruiters and executive judges who will make cash awards to the top teams. Students: Apply here
Who should join?Students who are interested in media, entertainment, digital, television, streaming, broadband, business and marketing and who have a passion for learning and a desire to apply creative thinking to timely issues such as closing the Digital Divide. Past competitors, typically MBA and other Masters candidates, have come from over 25 top U.S. colleges and universities.
Who is eligible?The Interactive Case Competition is for graduate degree candidates from North American schools; undergraduate students may join provided that their team is captained by a grad student. To join in recruitment activities, students must be eligible to work in the United States. See applications for more eligibility info: Click here
Is the competition held online?Yes, currently all activity is held online. While we hope to return to a live event someday, being online means that students can compete from any school in the country.
Do you need to pay to be in the program?No fees required -- registration is completely free and voluntary. This is completely a learning experience for you to get your feet wet in the media industry.
Does this opportunity lead to internships and full-time job opportunities?While we can’t guarantee you’ll get hired, our sponsor companies and supporting organizations are eager to attract new talent for internships and jobs. You’ll have the opportunity to network with individuals in the space and raise your visibility. While we can’t take full credit, we’re proud that over 40% of competition alumni now work in media & tech fields!