Students need your help!


Students need your help!


Ohio History fans, we need YOUR VOTE to make history come alive for Ohio students! National History Day in Ohio is competing for a $50,000 Pepsi Refresh Project grant in the month of December.

To win, we need to have as many people as possible vote for our project in December. The grant will go for scholarships to low-income students, program materials, field trips to historic sites and teacher training to help increase National History Day participation in urban and rural schools.

Heres how you can help: Please go to Pepsi refresh online and vote for National History Day in Ohio: http://www.refresheverything.com/ohiohistoryday . In order to vote, you will need to register and then you can vote once-a-day, every day in December. Its simple and easy to do! In addition to voting, you can ask your friends and family to vote for National History Day in Ohio, too! Just forward this e-mail to your mailing list. The more people to vote for us, the better our chances to win $50,000!

About National History Day
National History Day in Ohio is a year-long educational program where students in grades 4-12 do explore topics that interest them related to a specific theme. In the 2010-2011, its Debate and Diplomacy in History: Successes, Failures, Consequences. Students do research and present their work through exhibits, performances, documentaries, research papers or websites at regional and state and national competitions. Learn how National History Day in Ohio helps students excel by watching our Pepsi Refresh Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=40a5j3PiSh8

About Pepsi Refresh Project
In 2010, the Pepsi Refresh Project will give away more than $20 million to refresh the world, one idea at a time. Each month, Pepsi will award up to $1.3 million in grants to the ideas with the most votes. Pepsi will accept up to 1,000 new ideas every month and the public decides who wins. Vote for your favorite ideas now at www.refresheverything.com. The Pepsi Refresh Project can be found at www.refresheverything.com, on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/refresheverything or on Twitter, @Pepsi or #pepsirefresh.

Posted December 3, 2010
Topics: Archaeology

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