National History Day Judge - Region 3
ORGANIZATION: Kentucky Historical Society
Please visit the new page to apply.
WHY SHOULD YOU BECOME AN NHDKY JUDGE?
- You have an appreciation for history and want to learn more!
- You want to encourage students to continue learning about history and grow as critical and creative thinkers.
- Teachers can earn up to three hours of Professional Development Credit from the Kentucky Historical Society.
- Give valuable feedback to students.
- Provide a positive experience for students, teachers, and parents.
- Network with other professionals, historians, museum staff, and teachers.
- Meet students who are excited to share what they have learned.
- Learn about a variety of topics through student-created documentaries, websites, performances, exhibits, and papers.
- Make an impact on a young historian's life!
- Find Out More Here: https://history.ky.gov/for-educators/national-history-day-in-kentucky/nhd-for-judges
- All Contest Dates:
- Region 1 - Murray State University at Paducah, March 11, 2023
- Region 2 - Grayson County, March 10, 2023
- Region 3 - University of Louisville, March 18, 2023
- Region 4 - Eastern Kentucky University, March 4, 2023
- Region 5 - Morehead State University, March 25, 2023
- Region 6 - Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College, March 24, 2023
- State Competition - University of Kentucky, April 22, 2023
- Benefits include a thank you gift from the Kentucky Historical Society
No experience is needed. KHS will provide a brief orientation.
About Kentucky Historical Society
100 W Broadway, Frankfort, KY 40601, US
Our Mission We educate and engage the public through Kentucky history in order to confront the challenges of the future.
Our mission is served through:
- Museum collections, housing more than 120,000 artifacts
- Oral History collection, containing 8,000 oral history interviews
- Libraries and Special Collections housing more than 90,000 published works, 16,000 reels of microfilm, 200,000 historic photographs, 1,900 cubic feet of manuscripts and 2,000 maps.
Our History Campus
The KHS history campus includes the Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History, the Old State Capitol and the Kentucky Military History Museum at the Old State Arsenal. The headquarters of KHS, the Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History, was completed in April 1999. This 167,000-square-foot, $29-million facility in downtown Frankfort has welcomed more than a million visitors and earned many awards for excellence.
2301 South 3rd StreetLouisville, KY 40208
December 15, 2022
- General Education
- Child Development
- Reading / Writing
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 4-6 hours
- Attend a virtual training, or onsite training the day of the competition.