Waldman International Arts and Writing Competition Award Ceremony
This event has been postponed.
The Waldman International Arts and Writing Competition allows students in grades 6-12 to submit original art and compete for academic scholarships. Participants come from across Allegheny County, and our partner region in Israel, Karmiel-Misgav.
Please join us as we honor this year’s winning students.
During the ceremony, we will also be honoring the 2019-2020 Holocaust Educator of the Year.
2019-2020 Holocaust Educator of the Year: Kathy Galecki, Avonworth Middle School
Waldman Winners (USA)
First Place: Hannah Llewellyn, “Through the Eyes of Time,” Shaler Area High School
Second Place: Shelby Roesler, “Box of Memories,” Trinity High School
Third Place: Alaina Donovan, “The Sign, The Box, The Shoes,” Shaler Area High School
First Place: Lila Spiro, “Skylarks,” Winchester Thurston
Second Place: Alana Rudolf, “The Light of Day: Judah Samet’s Story,” Springdale Junior-Senior High School
Third Place: Chaya Sutofsky, “Some Things Never Change,” Hillel Academy
First Place: Maura Wulf, “Waldman International Writing Competition,” Shaler Area High School
Honorable Mention: Chana Yolkut, (Untitled), Hillel Academy
First Place: Maya Gelman, “Growing Into a New Life,” Community Day School
Second Place: Maya Amos, “277 Days that Changed a Life,” Community Day School
Third Place: Sivon Feinberg, “My Great Grandma’s Star,” Community Day School
First Place: Meira Yolkut, “Snapshots,” Hillel Academy
Second Place: Carissa Walsh, “Ode to a Hero,” Springdale Junior-Senior High School
Third Place: Abigail Williams, “Hailed as a Hero,” Springdale Junior-Senior High School
First Place: Zeke Ufberg, “Impact of Tree of Life Shooting,” Hillel Academy
Honorable Mention: Noah Bernstein, “How the Tree of Life Shooting Changed My Community,” Hillel Academy