You Be the Judge . . . Really!
Folks from all walks of life are needed to judge student
history projects at the Illinois History Expo. Are you interested in seeing what young people think about our history? Find out by serving as a volunteer judge for the Illinois History Expo.
At Expo, junior and senior high school students who
received “superior” ratings in regional competitions compete for state
honors. Some projects will be selected
to represent Illinois
at a national competition in June. You don’t have to be a history expert to judge, just . . .
- Be willing to do a conscientious job
- Examine research papers mailed to you in advance of the Expo or evaluate a set of projects the day of Expo in one of these categories: exhibits, media presentations, performances or websites.
Judges at the Expo have about two hours to evaluate no more than 10 projects and write a two or three sentence evaluation
of each project to help students improve their work. You will work with one or
more team members to evaluate each project.
To volunteer or for more information contact:
Illinois Historic Preservation Agency
313 S. 6th St.
Springfield, IL 62701
- You will be thanked many times
- Free continental breakfast
- Free buffet luncheon
- Free parking in the lot under the Old State Capitol, entrance on 6th St., just north of Adams
Location: Prairie Capital Convention Center, bounded by 7th & 9th Streets,
& Adams Streets
at 9 a.m. for breakfast and instructions
Judge: 10 a.m.
Parking: Bring your ticket for validation by staff
have a good time and be a big help!