We received more than 700 entries, representing 64 classrooms! Thank you to everyone who participated!
THE 2014 CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED.
Details about the 2015 contest will be announced in the fall of 2014.
Contest is open to students in grades 5-12 in the Pacific Northwest (Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Alaska).
The Holocaust Writing, Art, and Digital Media Contest supports common core standards, encourages students to use primary sources, and challenges students to connect history to current local and global events.
If you want your entry returned, please enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope. • Each entry must represent the independent effort of the writer/artist. • Entries that do not follow the guidelines, or that do not include a completed submission form, will be disqualified. • Art entries that depict large swastikas will not be selected. • Entries will become the property of the Holocaust Center. The Center reserves the right to publish and/or display all work.
With My Own Eyes: Holocaust. Genocide. Today. (DVD) – Request a free copy or watch online.
Survivor Voices: Online video testimonies – Short clips of local Holocaust survivors sharing their stories. Includes maps, timelines and photos.
Speakers Bureau - Survivors and their children who volunteer their time to speak to students.
Literature – Check out the materials in our Holocaust teaching trunks, arranged by grade level.