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“I followed my passion in basketball and used it to have a voice as a human rights activist, and I admire that you guys are also following your passions in art and writing”
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“One example of the organization’s many rewarding activities and educational programs, the Art & Essay Contest has given young people the opportunity to share their views on the major social issues of today.”
Theme the impact of social media on peace-building, application.
The Awards Ceremony
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Bring middle and high school students from around the state of New Jersey together.
Promote awareness on issues of common concern among New Jersey youth.
Facilitate their personal and academic growth through a healthy competitive environment.
Inspire them to make a positive change in their communities. Since its inception in 2010, the annual Art & Essay Contest attracts submissions from around 200 New Jersey public, private, and charter schools.
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Art & Essay Contest
Giving military children a voice.
The annual Armed Services YMCA Art & Essay Contest gives military children a voice. It also serves as a reminder of the sacrifices military children, service members, and their families make for our country
2023 Contest Winners
The Art Contest is specifically for children grades 1-6. Winners were selected based on age range and received a Kindle Fire tablet. The theme for 2023 was “The Winds of Change.”
- Ages 7-8: Evelyn Eskam, United States Marine Corps
- Ages 9-10: Luke Roberson, United States Navy
- Ages 11-12: Zoie Roberson, United States Navy
Children grades 1-12 are encouraged to participate in the Essay Contest. Winners were selected based on age ranges, and received a Kindle Fire tablet. The theme for 2023 was “The Winds of Change.”
- Ages 6-7: Maddy Peterson, United States Marine Corps
- Ages 8-9: Mason Wolf, United States Air Force
- Ages 10-12: Evelyn Diddams, United States Marines Corps
- Ages 13-14: Sydney Morgan, United States Marines Corps
- Ages 15-16: Alyss Valerio, United States Marines Corps
- Ages 17-18: Steve Muro Jr, United States Air Force
2023 Creative Submissions
2023 Winners' Submissions
Download the booklet of this year's Art & Essay Winners' submissions
2023 All Participants' Submissions
Download the complete booklet of all this year's Art & Essay submissions
The 2023 annual contest submission period opens February 17, and runs through April 7. Winners will be announced at the end of April in honor of the Month of the Military Child. Entries may be submitted from military children living in the U.S. and abroad.
2023 Theme: “Winds of Change”
Like the dandelion, military kids go where the wind blows them and grow where they land. This year we ask military children: How do you fly on the “Winds of Change?”
The art contest promotes art among military children in grades 1–6 of active duty or retired (with 20+ years of service) members of the Armed Services, National Guard, or Reserves.
The contest encourages military children to use creative writing to express themselves. The essay contest is open to military children in grades 1–12 of active duty or retired (with 20+ years of service) members of the Armed Services, National Guard, or Reserves.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Art and Essay contest is open to children of currently serving military (active duty, National Guard, or reserves) and retired service members (with 20+ years of service).
Artwork submissions are limited to children in grades 1 through 6.
Essay submissions are open to children in grades 1 through 12.
The ASYMCA uses an online submission process. Eligible participants can click the link to “Submit an Entry.” The entry form is in two parts: the first part collects the child’s information and includes a button to upload their submission; the second part collects information about their military sponsor.
During the submission period, you will find the link to the submission form at the bottom of this webpage.
Since all artwork will be submitted through an online portal, you will need to photograph or scan the art. This means there are no limitations on the size or type of art. Children can use any artistic medium of their choice, or even mix mediums to create unique works. Art can be flat, or dimensional. Your child is limited only by their imagination!
Essays should be no more than 500 words, related to the theme provided, and submitted in either .doc, .docx, .rtf, or .txt formats. Outside of these parameters, children have creative license in how they express themselves using the written word. Poetry, narratives, short stories, or traditional essays are all wonderful ways to tell a story.
For artwork, you can upload a pdf, png, or jpeg file.
For essays, you can upload .doc, .docx, .rtf, or .txt files.
The ASYMCA will collect your information for the purposes of this contest, which will include judging, awards, and digital publication of all submissions.
The ASYMCA will not sell or share your personal contact information to 3rd parties for the purpose of solicitation, but we will share limited information for the purposes of shipping prizes and for creating awareness (website, social media, printed collateral, etc). The limited information we share in regard to awareness usually includes the child’s name, age, service branch, and their submitted creative work.
For an example of how submitted info and works are shared, please see the 2023 Winners section above, which includes links to the most recent digital publication.
The Armed Services YMCA will award a Kindle Fire tablet to one child from each category and age range:
- Art, Age 6-7
- Art, Age 8-9
- Art, Age 10-12
- Essay, Age 6-7
- Essay, Age 8-9
- Essay, Age 10-12
- Essay, Age 13-14
- Essay, Age 15-16
- Essay, Age 17-18
We’re happy to answer any questions you might have! You can email us here if you need more information, or clarification on the information provided.
Submit your creative work
The 2023 submission period took place between February 17 and April 7. Submissions for this year's art and Essay Contest are currently closed, but we look forward to seeing your creative works next year!
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Annual Art and Essay Contest
Each spring, the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum's Education Department hosts an Art and Essay Contest for students in the region. The contest calls for entries of original artwork from students in grades K-12 and essays from students in grades 4-12. Entries are collected in February and March and the awards ceremony is held later in the spring.
The contest theme is often aligned to the temporary exhibit in the museum and therefore changes every year. Please click on the links to the right for information about the current contest. The links below can be used to submit your entries.
This is one of our favorite programs each year! We love seeing the creativity and talent of the students in our area!
Click here to see the pictures of the 2023 Art & Essay Contest Awards Ceremony!
Young Spurs Writing Contest
The partnership of the Bush Library and Museum with the Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference and Big Thought gives students (9th grade - 12th grade) an opportunity to enter the Young Spurs Writing Contest. Winners of this national non-fiction essay contest will be published in The Dallas Morning News.
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Strengthening individuals, families and communities through continuing education, developing leadership and community action.
Essay and Artwork Contest Info & Guidelines
NATIONAL FCE ESSAY & ARTWORK CONTEST - FOR CHARACTER COUNTS!
The objective of the contest is to promote ethics among children using the "Six Pillars of Character". The contest encourages students to improve their writing and drawing skills along with creating public awareness in the achievement of students. This contest allows local FCE members to participate in a nationwide project and to promote and market FCE to the community during National FCE Week.
Any current fourth grade student attending a public, private or home school is eligible to participate in the FCE Essay and Artwork Contest. The contest begins September 1 and runs through March 31 with promotion announced during National FCE Week.
The National first, second and third place winners will be announced at the National FCE Conference. The winners will receive Visa gift cards of $250, $125, and $50, respectively.
Each year a different character value will be the theme from the "Six Pillars of Character". The contest themes are:
Note: Please see the FORMS tab on the nafce.org website for complete forms and theme for each year.
Guidelines for the Essay and Artwork Contest may be obtained by contacting your state president or by contacting , this Website, or National FCE Headquarters:
Postmarked by April 15
National FCE Essay & Artwork Contest 73 Cavalier Blvd Ste 106 Florence, KY 41042
ESSAY & ARTWORK CONTEST GUIDELINES
4th Grade Students can win Visa Gift Card or check of $250, $150, $50 respectively
The objective of the contest is to promote ethics among children using the "Six Pillars of Character," to encourage students to improve their writing and drawing skills, to create public awareness in the achievement of students and to create an opportunity for local FCE members to participate in a nationwide project and to promote and market FCE to the community during FCE week.
Any current fourth grade student attending a public, private or home school is eligible to participate in the FCE Essay and Artwork Contest.
The contest encourages students to strive for excellence in:
Reading and writing skills
Understanding the CHARACTER COUNTS! program
Dates for contest: September 1 - March 31, with promotion announced during National FCE Week (Second full week in October)
(See current Contest Forms for complete instructions)
Submit all entries for judging by April 15th.
National FCE CHARACTER COUNTS! Essay & Artwork Contest National FCE Headquarters 73 Cavalier Blvd Ste 106 Florence, KY 41042 Phone: 877-712-4477 Email: [email protected]
First place entry will be submitted to State Contest, with first place State winner forwarded to National FCE Headquarters for judging. The same judging criteria of creativity, grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, content, vocabulary, presentation and handwriting/ printing are used on all levels.
First, second and third place National Winners of the Essay and Artwork Contest receive Visa Gift Card or check of $250, $150, $50 respectively. The winners will be announced at the National FCE Conference.
We encourage you to promote the contest with 4th grade students. Please visit our Forms page to print the guidelines and obtain the needed forms to leave at your local school and give to the parents.
Contact State and County FCE Presidents for more information, or call National FCE Headquarters at 877-712-4477.
Art & Essay Contest
Since 2009, the Children in the Fields Campaign has hosted its art and essay contest annually to provide a safe platform to showcase farmworker children’s heartwarming and compelling stories on the national stage, and to empower them as they find the power in their voices.
Every year, CIFC receives thousands of entries for farmworker children around the United States. Their stories are very emotional, and must be seen and heard by everyone, especially lawmakers. It is our hope that the stories received through the contest, can help us change the narrative, and find the needed change to protect farmworker children in our Country.
2023 Winner’s Booklet
2023 winner’s video, 2023 art & essay winners.
Each entry submitted was full of heartwarming stories and will be shared on our social media. Each entry deserves to be seen and heard.
Theme: THE CHILDREN BEHIND THE FOOD WE EAT
CHECK OUT THE WINNERS THROUGHOUT THE YEARS…
The Children Behind The Food We Eat
( booklet ) / ( video )
I’m a Farmworker Child, See Me!
( booklet ) / ( video )
We Are the Harvest of Hope: We Will Change the World ( booklet ) / ( video )
Season of Transformation & Triumph
My Story from The Fields: Growing My Dreams (booklet)
Flourishing in the Fields (booklet) .
Growing Up in the Fields that Feed America (booklet)
Cultivating Roots of Opportunities (booklet)
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You can sponsor the contest by:
Choose a sponsorship tier that best fits you or your organization. Then, make a check to AFOP for the amount you are able to donate. Don’t forget to write in the Memo section that it’s for CIFC Contest! Mail the check, and send your organization’s logo via email in a JPEG or PNG format to give proper credit.
- Diamond Sponsor: Exclusive sponsor $20,000
- Platinum Sponsor : Exclusively sponsors one winner and their chaperon – $5,000
- Gold Sponsor: $3,000 towards CIFC contest winners’ prizes & travel
- Silver Sponsor: $2,000 towards CIFC contest winners’ prizes & travel
- Bronze Sponsor: $1,000 towards CIFC contest winners’ prizes & travel
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Theme: The Children Behind the Food We Eat Tema: L@sNiñ@s Detrás de la Comida que Comemos
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Contest rules & guidelines.
- Open to all migrant or seasonal farmworker children in the United States of America
- The farmworker child must be between the ages of 10 to 18 years old
- Entries must clearly express this year’s theme
- Entries must be submitted by: July 15, 2023 / NEW DEADLINE: July 31st, 2023
- Entries must be original and solely the work of the student.
- Essay Size: must be submitted in 8.5 x 11-inch paper (also known as letter size paper or photocopier paper)
- Art Size: must be submitted in 8.5 x 11-inch paper (no canvas, cardboard, etc.)
- Art can be done using pencil, colored pencils, any type of paint, crayons, chalk, etc. (no stitches, no embroidery, etc.)
- Art descriptions and Essays can be submitted in English or Spanish
- Must submit the Application Form, Media Release, and one Photo
- Incomplete submission disqualifies entry
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Friends of Animal Rescue
Do you love your dog as much as we love our dogs? Friends of Animal Rescue is putting on a "Why I love my dog" drawing/essay contest for kids grades K-6. The awards ceremony will take place at our event, Tails on the Beach, on November 5th @ Clayton's Beach Bar.
Grades K-3: Draw us a picture of you and your dog cuddling, playing, or doing whatever it is that you love to do together. We’ll look at all of your wonderful drawings and pick the three we love the most. Grades 4-6: We want to know all about how much you love your dog and why. So write us a short essay about your furry buddy – make it sweet, make it funny, or whatever you want it to be – and we’ll pick the three we love the most.
Please submit your essays and drawings no later than November 2nd, 2016 (Wednesday) .
You can bring your drawings/essays to us at Friends of Animal Rescue: 4908 Padre Blvd. (SPI) or email it to us at: [email protected] We are open 10am - 5pm 7 days a week -- (956) 772-1171
We would love to see all of your drawings and read all about your wonderful pets!
ART & ESSAY/POETRY CONTEST RULES AND APPLICATION PAGE Chair: Carole Cox
Enjoy this gallery of photos from previous years, calling all local students, do you live or attend school in the area.
ENTRIES WILL BE COLLECTED MOND AY, MAY 5, 2023
AWARDS NIGHT WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY, MAY 26, 2023
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ENTER AT 245-02 ALAMEDA AVE. DOUGLASTON, NY 11362
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLO A D THE APPLICATION FORM
The decision of the judges is final. Judges may decide not to award any prize or prizes at their sole discretion. All entries become the exclusive property of the Little Neck-Douglaston Memorial Day Parade Association, Inc., which shall have all rights thereto. By signing the consent form, the parent/guardian agrees to all the terms and conditions of the contest and allows the entrant’s name and/or likeness to be publicized. See the application for the required consent form.
Open to all students in kinde r garten through eighth grades.
All artwork must be on standard o ak tag, sized 22” x 28”.
All artwork must be created by t he student and must be original.
Open to all students in fourth through eighth grades.
All entries must be typed or printed and contain no more than 250 words.
All material created by the student must be original.
Grand Prize winners in Art and Essay/Poetry Categories receive:
A $250 prize, an engraved plaque
First Prize for Art and Essay/Poetry is an engraved medallion and an Amazon gift card.
Second and Third Prize for Art and Essay/Poetry is an Amazon gift card.
CLICK HERE TO DO WNLO AD T HE APPLICATION FORM
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22-2023 Theme: Embracing Diversity: How Can We Learn to Respect & Appreciate Different Cultures?
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21-2022 Theme: Social Connections: Maintaining humanity in the age of social media
Middle School Essay Anna Grace Kellam Arien Chowdhury Bethany Grindle Elle Fennell Henry Hunter Jeffery Kotz Jesse Robbs Kelsey Land Kennedi Bell Samuel Hinckley Kitchen
High School Essay Caroline Grace Gilliam Catherine Milburn Dillon Rosario Jackson Clapp Lauren McNamara Linda Garziera Mac Malambri Megan Lane Reagan Nelson Susan Weng
Middle School Art Alayna McClain Caroline McInville Ella Lewis Ellexis Lee Hanalyn Weitekamper Hayden Byers Hayden Hasbrook Isabella Prosser Jaden Archie juliana faith valenzuela
High School Art Gabriella S Mejia Precilla Jada Cornish Shakura Edwards
Most "Liked" Art Precilla Jada Cornish
2021-2022 Middle School Essay Winners:
2021-2022 high school essay winners:, 2021-2022 middle school art winners:, 2021-2022 high school art winners:, 2021-2022 high school most "liked" art:.
2020-2021 Theme: "Fact or Fiction: Discerning Truth in Today's Society"
The Atlantic Institute hosted their Annual Art and Essay Awards Ceremony on Saturday, May 22, 2021 on zoom. Over 60 awards were given ranging from gift cards to Chicago Trips.
The first place winners got to share either their motivation behind their artwork or read their essays out loud to the entire audience. The first through third place winners in each category all won a trip to Chicago next year, as well as their teachers. The Most "Liked" Art Award was given to the student who received the most likes on Facebook where all the Artwork pictures were posted for a couple of weeks and put out to the public to vote on. All the winning artwork and Essays are available to look at below.
The Atlantic Institute would once again like to congratulate all of the Art and Essay Winners! All of you did outstanding work. It was a joy to see everyone come together to celebrate your creative talents.
2020-2021 Art and Essay Contest Winners
Middle School Art Winners:
Highschool art winners:, most "liked" winner:, high school essay winners, middle school essay winners.
2019-2020 Theme: "Embracing Differences & Encouraging Uniqueness."
The Atlantic Institute hosted their Tenth Annual Art and Essay Awards Ceremony on Saturday, June 6, 2020 on zoom. Over 60 awards were given ranging from gift cards to Chicago Trips.
2019-2020 Art and Essay Contest Winners
High School Art Winners:
Most “liked” award:, middle school essay winners:, high school essay winners:, 2018-19 art and essay contest awards ceremony.
The Atlantic Institute would like to thank the students, teachers, judges, and sponsors that participated in the 2018 Art and Essay Contest. The level of talent on display by the young artists and writers that submitted exceed our expectations. Thank you all, and congratulations to our winners!
Middle School Art Winners: Alyssa Lewis Antonio Fernandez-Parker Eliza Parrott Jamia Linen Breanna Gunton Marley Clark Maisie Cheek Zoe Lamb Juliana Lundgren Kayleigh (Abbey) Galloway
Middle School Essay Winners: Evangeline Bingham Noa Wallen Parker Burgio Christine Hudson Hannah Leach Riley Tuckmantel James Cudd Jessica Belous Collin O'Donnell Lauren Murdoch
High School Art Winners: Alexis Reinhardt Morgan O'Neal Nicole Ammerall Jeni Kim Lauren Sorrells Qingyi Tan Emilei Addington Marjorie Arnold Kyra Boykin Amber Enriquez
High School Essay Winners: Anna Jones Shahd Abdeladl Reiley Wilson M'Chaelah Brown Abigail Adams Shriya Kapoor Thomas Kane Nayha Hussain Rhiannon Thompson Hadaiya White
Most “Liked” Award: Hannah Melotte
2017-18 Art and Essay Contest Awards Ceremony
Theme: "Looking Past Stereotypes - Accepting Others in Today's World." Atlantic Institute congratulates all students, parents, and teachers who participated to this wonderful event. More than two hundred people attended the Award Ceremony for 2017 Art & Essay Contest. The rewards were gift cards from $25 to $150 and a Trip to Peru for 1st place students and 1st place teachers.
2016-17 Art and Essay Contest
Theme: “compassion in action: caring matters.”.
Atlantic Institute congratulates all students, parents, and teachers who participated to this wonderful event. More than two hundred people attended the Award Ceremony for 2017 Art & Essay Contest. The rewards were gift cards from $25 to $200 and a Trip to Turkey for 1st through 3rd place students and 1st place teachers.
2016 Art and Essay Contest
Theme: ten days, teen weeks, ten months, ten hours: what can you accomplish.
Atlantic Institute congratulates all students, parents, and teachers who participated to this wonderful event. More than two hundreds of people have attended the Award Ceremony for 2016 Art & Essay Contest. The rewards were gift cards from $25 to $200 and a Trip to Turkey for students and teachers. We one more time thank them and hope to see in our next Art and Essay Contest!!!
2015 Art and Essay Contest
Theme: kindness without borders: open eyes, open hearts in our global village, columbia art and essay contest award ceremony photos:, 2014 art and essay contest, theme: connecting cultures in the digital age: how does social media change the future of our world.
Atlantic Institute (formerly South Carolina Dialogue Foundation) hosted their Fourth Annual Art and Essay Awards Ceremony on Saturday, March 1st at the USC Law Auditorium. Over 200 Parents, Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, Siblings and other Family Members came out to support their child and their accomplishments. Over 40 awards were given ranging from gift cards to iPads to Turkey Trips.
The first place winners got to share either their motivation behind their artwork or read their essays out loud to the entire audience. The top three student winners in each category all won a trip to Turkey this summer, as well as the first place teachers. The audience was also able to hear from past Turkey trip participants and watch a short video on Turkey. A reception followed immediately where all of the Essays and Artwork were showcased for everyone to see. A short meeting afterward was held for all the Turkey Trip participants so they will know what to expect on their trip.
South Carolina Dialogue Foundation would once again like to Congratulate all of the Art and Essay Winners! All of you did outstanding work. It was a joy to see everyone come together to celebrate your creative talents.
Atlantic Institute (formerly South Carolina Dialogue Foundation) would like to thank the City of Greer for displaying the winning Art and Essay pieces for the next two weeks.
To visit these pieces you can go to 301 E Poinsett St, Greer, SC
If you are interested in hosting these pieces at your facility please contact [email protected]
2013 Art and Essay Contest
Theme: the human footprint on the environment: impacts & solutions.
Participants gathered at the USC Law Auditorium for the 3rd Annual Art and Essay Contest Awards Ceremony. Parents, Teachers and School Administrators gathered to recognize the students and their accomplishments.
2012 Art and Essay Contest
Theme: 1 billion hungry in the world: what's your role.
This summer's Art & Essay Contest Winners' Trip to Turkey was a great success! Students, their sponsoring teachers and supporting people traveled around the country for 9 days from June 15-24. The group had the opportunity to see many historical sites as well as get to know the culture very closely. In addition to visiting important sites like Hagia Sophia, Ephesus, Blue Mosque, House of Virgin Mary, underground city and carved chapels in Cappadocia, the group enjoyed dinners with local families. The group also visited a dialogue foundation and a private high school and had official visits in Ankara, the capital.
2012 Art and Essay Contest Winners' Trip to Turkey Photos
2011 art and essay contest, theme: empathy: walking in another's shoes.
Please enjoy the pictures from our First Art and Essay Contest held in 2011.
Art & Essay Contest Winners
Congratulations to the following art and essay contest winners.
Emery Fleet - 2nd Grade - Pine Ridge Elementary School - $100 gift card Aylin Cumings - 4th Grade - Ada Vista Elementary School - $100 gift card Sophia Smalligan - 5th Grade - Northern Trails 5/6 School - $100 gift card Ema Bekic - 8th Grade - Northern Hills Middle School - $250 scholarship Zanaya Vosburgh - 12th Grade - Eastern High School - $1,000 scholarship
K-2nd Grade Art Contest
Winner emery fleet.
Honorable Mention Sylvie von Maur
Honorable Mention London McFarland
Honorable Mention Hadley LaFontaine
3rd-4th Grade Art Contest
Winner aylin cumings.
Honorable Mention Emmie Lewis
Honorable Mention Jai Gupta
Honorable Mention Dheesha Kamal
5th-6th Grade Art Contest
Winner sophia smalligan.
Honorable Mention Molly Cameron
Honorable Mention Nysa Mulmudi
Honorable Mention Sophia Fajardo
7th-8th Grade Essay Contest
Winner ema bekic.
High School Essay Contest
Winner zanaya vosburgh.
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