Due Date: May 1, 2019
Applications are welcomed for the Library Business’s Amy Matilda Cassey Essay Contest2019 The Essay Contest is a chance for high school trainees in the Greater Philadelphia area to show and analyze historic text within a modern context.
High school trainees are welcomed to do research study at the Library Business or online through the Business’s digital collection and archive with assistance from their African Americana Expert, Jasmine Smith. Candidates are welcomed to send an essay (what length) showing the yearly style which frequently accompany the National History Day Style.
They are delighted to reveal that this year’s style is From Catastrophe to Victory: Teaching about Black Girlhood in the Late 19 th Century: A Case Research Study of the Sanders-Venning Household. The Amy Matilda Cassey Essay Contest promotes even more neighborhood interest in the research study of African American history and enables the Library Business to link their scholarship and collections to the world around them.
- The very first reward winner will get a $300 award, with a school award of $150;-LRB- ****************).
- The 2nd reward winner will get a $150 award with a school award of $75;-LRB- ****************).
- All candidates and their schools will be acknowledged at the Yearly Juneteenth Liberty Workshop.
- Open to high school trainees in the Greater Philadelphia area in the U.S.A..
- One research study essay per trainee. All essays might be submitted as a PDF format.
- Needed length ought to be in between 1,000 to 1,500 words.
- Make sure the file is called in the following format: LastName_FirstName. pdf (example: Smith_Jane. pdf)
For more details, see Amy Matilda Cassey Essay Contest