BRIEF: Judges needed for student competition
Jan 25, 2013 (The Pueblo Chieftain - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) --
Organizers for the Southeastern Colorado History Day competition in March are looking for volunteers interested in judging the contest.
Debbie Andrews, regional coordinator for the contest, said between 15 and 20 people are needed to fill out the roster of judges.
"They don't have to be historians or teachers," she said. "It can be anybody from the community."
The contest features projects from middle- and high-school students focused on a common theme, and the projects range from websites to paperboard presentations.
Andrews said judges will be trained to evaluate entries according to the rules of the competition.
Training takes a little more than two hours and will occur the weekend before the competition.
Andrews said folks who can't make the training can go through the training online. Judges will commit between five and eight hours on the day of the competition.
Folks interested in volunteering can contact Andrews by email at email@example.com.
An application form can also be downloaded from the Web. Go to chieftain.com for a link.
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