Volunteer judges are essential to providing a quality judging experience to students presenting at a Connecticut History Day contest. Serving as a judge entails a time commitment from 8 a.m. to the early to mid afternoon (depending on the contest). Judges are required to review judging material prior to the day of the contest, as well as reviewing projects the day of the Contest. Paper and Website judges receive the projects to review prior to the Contest; for the other three categories (Performances, Exhibits, and Documentaries) judges view the projects the day-of the Contest. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
Cell phone number
At which contest would you like to judge?
State Contest: April 28, 2018 (Central Connecticut State University, New Britain)
What category would you like to judge?
Paper (this category requires pre-contest review)
Website (this category requires pre-contest review)
Do you prefer judging group or individual categories?
What Division do you prefer?
Junior (Grades 6-8)
Senior (Grades 9-12)
Have you served as a History Day judge before?
Are there any conflict of interests we should be aware of?
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