On the Town: Stories of New York in WWII contest for youth

Students across the New York tri-state area are encouraged to enter The War contest, On the Town: Stories of New York in World War II. To apply, students must create a multimedia project that addresses the theme: Where Were They Then: New Yorkers and World War II. The project can be a podcast or Web site, an image montage or a flash animation. They can work independently or collaborate in teams.
The contest is for students in grades 8-12 to create a multimedia project that can inform young people about World War II, integrates three generations of tri-state residents, and inspires student creativity.
The deadline is December 31, 2007 and winning students and their teachers will be invited to attend a reception at Thirteen. For more information, rules and regulations, and the entry form, please visit http://www.newyorkwarstories.org/student_contest.html.