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Hear Me Out! Essay Contest
Mental Health 360⁰ is excited to announce our 2018 Essay Contest!
We are seeking meaningful letters and essays that explore the complex relationships immigrant parents have with their U.S. born children is there something you want your parents/kids to understand but can’t seem to get through? We want to hear from you about your experiences navigating the generational and cultural divide. Possible topics include: expectations, parenting, friendships, etc. We will turn these “To my parents” and “To my child or children” letters and essays into stories for our upcoming community workshop to improve parent-teen relationships.
Don’t wait! The 3 winning essays/letters will receive $200 each, and 10 finalists will receive $50 each!
Check Out Our Co-sponsors!
Calvin Jia-Xin Li Memorial Foundation : The mission of the Calvin Jia-Xin Li Memorial Foundation is to support the aspirations and dreams of Asian American children in the U.S. The Foundation works to promote the welfare of Asian American children as well as help in creating a supportive social and family environment to empower youth.
Chinese American Parent Association of Montgomery County (CAPA-MC) : CAPA-MC aims to promote the involvement of Chinese American parents in school communities, providing the tools with which parents can address the cultural, linguistic, and communication barriers preventing Chinese American students and parents from fully engaging in and voicing opinions within educational institutions.
Chinese Culture and Community Service Center (CCACC) : CCACC is a non-profit and non-partisan organization serving the greater Washington D.C. area. CCACC’s mission is to enhance the quality of life and well-being of Chinese Americans and the community-at-large, to promote the awareness of Chinese culture and appreciation of cultural diversity, to facilitate assimilation of Chinese immigrants into American society, and advance coalitions in community development and building.
University of Maryland Department of Asian American Studies Program (AAST) : AAST strives to be a leader in research and education focused on Asian Americans in the United States. AAST is dedicated to studying the lives, histories, and culture of persons of Asian descent hailing from any region of Asia and the Pacific.
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