Poloniada 2010

August 5, 2009 at 7:17 pm 1 comment

Young Polonia Foundation and the Piast Institute invite the Polish and Polish American youth between the ages of 14 and 24 in the United States (and everywhere else) to participate in the 2010 Poloniada.

If you can write a report or paper in POLISH this might be the contest for you!

The theme is. of course, Polish culture. The goal is to write a well-researched report on an important Pole who contributed greatly to the history of Poland, or the world, and could be a rolemodel to the present day youth. You can either write a well-documented research paper or present your ideas in a form of an artistic album with pictures, drawings, and other forms of creative expression.

The deadline is the end of February of 2010. You can mail your works to the participating Polish Consulates in your area, or send your work directly to the Young Polonia Foundation in Warsaw at

FUNDACJA MLODEJ POLONII
Krakowskie Przedmiescie 64
00-322 Warsaw
Poland

The winners will meet for a symposium in Warsaw, Poland. Additional awards will include scholarships and possibility to attend a top Polish university.

For more information, please email Dominik Stecula at stecula@piastinstitute.org.

More information in Polish below.

Po więcej informacji w języku polskim, proszę kliknąć tutajPoloniada 2010.

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Press Release Poloniada 2010 – Detailed Information in Polish

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  • 1. renata perzyna  |  September 11, 2009 at 7:07 am

    I am a mother of 4, with children of various ages and I received this email from the Polish Scouting Organization. I would just like to make a comment about this contest. Why does every Polish contest for youth involve the same topic? Writing about a famous Pole. Why can’t youth be allowed to write and research their own family history? Don’t you understand that they should know about the rich history of their own families? I mean let’s face it there are great heros in just about every polish family…My grandmother survived siberia and here I am…..why don’t you let them write about their families and then the organization may itself learn about real Polish heros.

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