Toby Nussbaum Contest Jewish Heritage-NY Writing Contest

April 30th
Maximum Award: 
High school and elementary school students
Open to all NYC public school students in grades 4-12

To celebrate Jewish Heritage Week the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York is sponsoring The Toby Nussbaum Jewish Heritage-NY Writing Contest for students in the New York City school system.  To enter you must write 250 to 300 words about the current year's theme. See the webpage for more details.

PROCEDURES: Entrants are asked to write an essay (250-300 words) or a poem (minimum of 20 lines). Entries should be written in ink or typed, with a copy retained by the entrant. The attached cover page must be completed in full and stapled to the entry. The contest is open to students in grades 4-12. First, second and third place winners will be selected in three categories: grades 4-5, grades 6-8 and grades 9-12.

All entries should be submitted to Marcy Fishman, JCRC-NY, 1 Penn Plaza, Box 6103, New York, NY 10119. All entries are property of the JCRC-NY. Please call her at 212-983-4800, ext. 142 with any questions.

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