The Holocaust Remembrance Project Essay Contest is designed toencourage and promote the study of the Holocaust. Ten first place winnersreceive an all-expense-paid trip toWashington DC to visit the US Holocaust Memorial Museum andscholarships of $1,000 to $5,000. The contest is open to all residentsof the United States and Mexico, and also to US Citizens livingabroad. Candidates should be enrolled in high school (grades 9-12) andage 19 or younger. The deadline is April 15. For more information, send email to.
"My grandmother's voice was silenced when I was only 10, but I will continue her story for years to come," Siegel, 16, wrote in an essay that won the Holocaust Remembrance Project essay contest.
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A college grant money opportunity for high school students under the age of 19 is the Holocaust Remembrance Project Essay Contest.