Serve as a History Day judge this spring

Serve as a History Day judge this spring

Posted by Utah Division of State History

Posted: Mar, 14, 2016

Miscellaneous - Volunteer

Website: https://heritage.utah.gov/history/utah-history-day

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Utah’s National History Day program serves 7,000 students statewide each year, where they learn history by doing history.  They do real historical research, then create exhibits, documentaries, performances, websites, and papers to present their work at our spring competitions. State winners go on to compete at nationals, and for many, the experience is life-changing.

Choose Date/Location Convenient to You:
Salt Lake: March 18, April 16 or 17
Ogden: March 18
Alpine: March 28

Click here to sign up: https://bit.ly/2NLTNaV

Five Reasons to be a History Day Judge!
Support history education!

See history at work in your community!
Share our young historians’ excitement!
Invest in the next generation!
Be inspired!
Judging is rewarding and fun.  You don’t need to be an expert in history, you do need to be able to work well with children. We provide training, and we pair new judges with experienced ones.