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22 June 2016

Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) September 2016

Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi
Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) September 2016
CTET September Notification 2016



19 June 2016

Santoor Women's Scholarship 2016

Santoor Women's Scholarship 2016




The Santoor Scholarship program is an initiative of Wipro Consumer Care and Wipro Cares. It intends to financially support girls from disadvantaged backgrounds, who wish to pursue higher education after grade 12. The program is being launched in 2016-17 and will offer 900 scholarships across the states of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. It is a recurring annual program and selected girls will be supported for the duration of their higher education. The support covers tuition fees and incidental expenses.
Besides students inclined towards professional courses, those who intend to pursue higher education in the field of humanities, liberal arts and sciences are strongly encouraged to apply. Preference will be given to students from backward districts.

FOR MORE DETAILS CLICK ON THE ICONS BELOW

The last date for form submission is 31st July 2016

For more information visit http://santoorscholarships.com/

Inspiring Youth Anthem Composition Competition 2016

Inspiring Youth Anthem Composition Competition 2016


Contact Details
CEO MyGov
MyGov Cell,
3rd Floor, Room no-3015
Department of Electronics & Information Technology
Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110003
India
Email: connect@mygov.nic.in
Phone: 011-24364706
Last Date for submission
Online Deadline:15/07/2016


Inspiring Youth Anthem Composition Competition: It has been decided that an inspiring patriotic youth anthem in sync with 21st century context be composed in Hindi which may be sung in events pertaining to youth. Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports has decided to organize an open contest for composition of Youth Anthem in Hindi Language. The best entry would be rewarded a prize of Rs. 100000/-(Rs. One Lakh).
Application can be done online only.
The entries are to be submitted as a MyGov Task. The participants should provide the following information as part of their entry.
  • Description about the submission within 500 characters, such as names of the lyricist etc
  • Uploading any image file or pdf file if required(optional)
  • The participants should then upload their entry as lyrics in word/pdf format.

18 June 2016

Logo Design and Tagline Competition for India Post Payments Bank 2016

Logo Design and Tagline Competition for India Post Payments Bank 2016
CEO MyGov
MyGov Cell,
3rd Floor, Room no-3015
Department of Electronics & Information Technology
Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110003
India
e-Mail: connect@mygov.nic.in
Phone: 011-24364706






World Handwriting Contest 2016

World Handwriting Contest 2016
World Handwriting Contest
formerly

AAHCAnnual American Handwriting Competition and
WHACWorld Handwriting Achievement Contest

Offline Deadline:30/06/2016
INDIAWorld Handwriting Contest
Healthy Handwriting
Mohan Ray
#2327, Sector-22C,
Chandigarh, India  160022
Contact Office: 0172-5067977 / 09915755177
Contact Mohan Ray: 09815017977
E-mail: healthyhandwriting@gmail.com 
All entries (handwritten in your handwriting) must go to the headquarters of the World Handwriting Contest (address below), EXCEPT FOR ENTRIES FROM ANY COUNTRY WHICH IS LISTED AS HAVING ITS OWN NATIONAL AFFILIATE OF THE WORLD HANDWRITING CONTEST. Entries from any such country (listed below the international headquarters address) must be sent to the national affiliate in that country. The national affiliate address for any country with a national affiliate of the World Handwriting Contest is listed directly below the name of the country. Entries may also be sent by email to entrtyhandwriting@gmail.com

 INTERNATIONAL HEADQUARTERS of the WORLD HANDWRITING CONTEST
HANDWRITING FOR HUMANITY
World Handwriting Contest
c/o Kate Gladstone - Handwriting Repair
165 North Allen Street
First Floor
Albany, New York 12206
United States of America
Phone number (518) 482-6763

The 2016 World Handwriting Contest is accepting entries from January 1, 2016 through June 30, 2016.

NOTE for the year 2016 ONLY: This year (2016), because Nepal's massive earthquakes have postponed school exams and caused other major civic disruptions, our Nepal affiliate is extending the deadline for entries from Nepal until July 31. As a result, worldwide judging and award delivery this year (2016) will be postponed by one month, with winners to be announced in early October and prizes to be delivered within one month after winners are announced. NOTE that this is for the year 2016 only.

The 2015 World Handwriting Contest was judged last year — the winners are listed below.

OUR SPONSORS:

Frank Smith: a signsmith and calligrapher from Albany, New York, USA, who believes that handwriting is of great importance -- will provide calligraphic certificates to each winner as the prize.

Mr. Ashok Batra: a former Lifetime Winner of the World Handwriting Contest, from India -- contributes one writing instrument: a high-quality pen of his choosing. He holds that writing on paper forges a personal bond that can never be achieved through the latest technologies like internet and mobile phones.The personal touch in handwritten letters, he believes, is incomparable.

Thiruvengadam Madanagopal a calligrapher from India and former Lifetime Winner of the World Handwriting Contest-- contributes one writing instrument: a high-quality pen of his choosing.


    • WE HAVE JUDGED the 2015 World Handwriting Contest.
       
    • The Contest received over 1400 entries : 

CLICK HERE to see the winning entries in the 2015 World Handwriting Contest!

Handwriting for Humanity
MISSION STATEMENT
It shall be the purpose of Handwriting For Humanity to foster the study and use of handwritten communications.
The organization shall carry out this purpose through activities such as:
  • The promotion of handwriting and its instruction in educational institutions, as well as for personal home study.
  • Making handwriting instruction and materials available to all children regardless of cultural and financial barriers.
  • Sponsoring an annual handwriting competition.
  • Recognizing individual and corporate efforts in the promotion of handwriting and its instruction.
    Tracking technical trends in the development of handwriting, and its instruction and materials.
CREED:
HANDWRITING: that action of emotion, of thought, and of decision that has recorded the history of mankind, revealed the genius of invention, and disclosed the inmost depths of the soulful heart. It gives ideas tangible form through letters, pictographs, symbols, and signs. Handwriting forges a bond across millennia and generations that not only ties us to the thoughts and deeds of our forebears, but also serves as an irrevocable link to our humanity. Neither machines nor technology can replace or equal the contribution or continuing importance of this inexpensive portable skill. Necessary in every age, handwriting remains just as vital to the enduring saga of civilization as our next breath.
- Michael Sull
MOTTO:
EVERY HUMAN HAS THE RIGHT TO WRITE WELL.

Kate Gladstone, director-in-chief

James "Jim" Williams, director emeritus

Thomas Hutson, international representative

and with grateful thanks to:

Michael Sull

Dottie Knudsen

the late John Schmits
The "BESSIE'S PEACE" Fund established by Thomas Hutson of Consultimate
and ...
an anonymous donor
Corporate Address:
HANDWRITING FOR HUMANITY
World Handwriting Contest
c/o
Kate Gladstone -
Handwriting Repair
165 North Allen Street
Albany, New York 12208-1942
United States of America

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To those interested in handwriting - Welcome!


We would like to invite you to enter
WHCthe World Handwriting Contest

formerly the
AAHC: Annual American HandwritingCompetition and
WHAC: World Handwriting Achievement Contest

WHC (formerly AAHC and WHAC) grew out of the Nebraska Handwriting Contest founded in 1991 by Tom Hutson in memory of his late mother, Eva Margaret (Nielsen) Hutson, 1902-84, whose handwriting remained at an award-winning high level throughout her life. The Nebraska Contest still continues for Nebraskans, and gives credit to Mrs. Hutson every year, at the Nebraska Handwriting Contest Page of the University of Nebraska at Kearney. But ...

Not satisfied with a Nebraska-only (or even a USA-only) contest as a tribute to his mother, Tom Hutson set himself a larger goal: to establish a truly international contest by 2002 -- the 100th anniversary of her birth (and also the 480th anniversary of the first textbook on penmanship published in our alphabet). In 2001, we attained this goal a year ahead of schedule. Each year thereafter, we have done more, and we plan even greater doings for the future.

BECOME PART OF THIS: Share the following information on our handwritingcontest with any other person(s) or organization(s) you would like to interest in this contest and/or in penmanship generally.  KEEP IN MIND ALWAYS: There are people who have a zillion online degrees  but they never learned a handwriting they can take pride in ... There are people who spend a fortune getting an MBA online  or even the old-fashioned way, but they never managed to develop good handwriting ... There are people who attended every high-powered school  you can imagine, but they never acquired a clear, rapid, and attractive handwriting ... Whatever you have gained in life: if you have gained good handwriting, the World Handwriting Contest is your time and place to show it.

We would particularly enjoy hearing from:

Kate Gladstone

World Handwriting Contest

formerly the
AAHCAnnual American Handwriting Competition and
WHACWorld Handwriting Achievement Contest

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rules for entries:
WHEN DOES THE CONTEST BEGIN AND END?

T
he World Handwriting Contest accepts entries each year from January 1 until June 30. To qualify for prizes in a given year, an entry must arrive on or before June 30 of that year.  NOTE: This year, 2016, due to the disastrous earthquakes in Nepal (one of our most heavily participating countries each year), entries fron Nepal will be accepted unil July 31.
The Contest judges and director will select winners each year, beginning in July and continuing if necessary through September. NOTE: This year, 2016, due to the disastrous earthquakes in Nepal (one of our most heavily participating countries each year), the judging will begin in August and will continue if necessary into October.
Prize-winners' names and writing-samples typically appear on this web-page as soon as possible after the judging - in other words, July or August when possible (but, if necessary, beginning in September or October) and remain on display here for a full year (until after the judging of the next year's contest), after which the new prize-winners' names and writing-samples will replace them.
WHC distributes prizes to the contest-winners each year, distributing all prizes by December.

Mail your entry as early as possible. Postal systems can take several days or weeks to deliver an envelope, particularly when the mail must travel between countries. You may enter Wecannot accept any facsimile (fax) or electronic submissions.
PLEASE NOTE: We ask each writer to submit only one entry each year. An individual who has written more than one entry must select only one entry to send. In order to avoid overwork for our judges, beginning in 2008 the World Handwriting Contest will disqualify writers who send more than one entry.

WHO MAY ENTER ?

Anyone in the world, of any age, may enter the World Handwriting Contest.
Our team of judges will evaluate your entry within ONE of the following age groups.

1. Children (age 7 and under)
2. Pre-Teens (ages 8 through 12)
3. Teens (ages 13 through 19)
4. Adults (ages 20 through 64)
5. Seniors (age 65 and over)
Within each age group, the judges will sort submissions into two categories of handwriting:
  • FUNCTIONAL HANDWRITING - which strives for legibility, speed, and fluency without aiming at artistic effect. For this category, the judges will further separate entries as cursive or manuscript (printing).
    • CURSIVE - joins 50% or more of its letters.
    • MANUSCRIPT (print-writing) - joins fewer than half of its letters.
       
  • ARTISTIC HANDWRITING -which uses a monoline or calligraphy marker, pen, or brush along with decorative strokes, flourishes, or combinations of shading and hairlines to create an artistic effect.
     
WHC will award first and second prizes in each of these categories and subcategories.

PLEASE NOTE: the judges - not the contest entrants - determine the category and subcategory in which each entry belongs.
Use either lined or unlined paper, 8 1/2 x 11 inches or A4 size.
Use any of the following writing instruments: ballpoint pen, fountain pen, felt/fiber tip marker, or calligraphy pen/brush. (Use the same writing instrument throughout the entry). Because we scan winning entries for display, please use only black ink and white or light-colored paper(plain or lined) with no pre-printed pictures or decorations.
The written quote must fit on the front side of ONE sheet of paper. Allow at least a 1/2-inch margin on all sides of the quote.
On the backside of your entry (not on the front), or in the text of the email to which a scan of an entry is attached write in English
  1. your full name,
  2. your full address,
  3. your age on July 1 of the year in which you enter,
  4. your phone number,
  5. your e-mail address (if any).
Please do not use a separate piece of paper for this information, and please do not write this information on the front of the entry. The back of each entry must contain that entry's own identifying information.) NOTE:The name and address must be as legible  as the entry
Students: Please give the school,s name and address (phone number and e-mail address if available) along with your own name and address, your school to receive notification of your winning. All personal information will remain confidential. The World Handwriting Contest will use student information only to notify winners and, in an aggregate manner, for research purposes.
You do not have to send your first attempt; in fact, we expect that you will not send your first attempt. Remember that the allotted time runs from January 1st through June 30th, so take all the time you need to practice and send your best effort.
DO NOT cross out or make erasures. Do NOT send "rough drafts." If you make a mistake, start over: do NOT erase, cross out, "white out," or cover up your errors. Visible erasures/cross-outs/cover-ups/"whiting out" will count more heavily against your work than the original errors themselves.
Contest judges will evaluate entries based on each entry's demonstrated
LEGIBILITY (how easily we can read the writing),
FLUENCY (the smoothness, grace, and flow of the writing),
and
COMPETENCE (choice of layout and margins; spacing between letters, words, and lines; consistency of letter size and forms; accuracy of the quote; neatness and general appearance; spelling; and whether the entrant strove to follow the letter and spirit of the Contest rules).
All entries become the property of the Contest. The World Handwriting Contest will not return submitted entries.
(Please note: until the first day of judging (July 1st), all material marked "World Handwriting Contest" or "Handwriting For Humanity" will remain unopened. If you have general inquiries about the contest and need a response before the judging begins, do not put the words "Handwriting for Humanity/World Handwriting Contest" onto the envelope.)
Do NOT mail or email your entries before January 1. We cannot accept entries with postmark-dates from the previous year.

WHAT YOU MUST WRITE:
FOR CHILDREN THROUGH AGE 12

HANDWRITING: that action of emotion, of thought, and of decision that has recorded the history of mankind, revealed the genius of invention, and disclosed the inmost depths of the heart. Handwriting ties us to the thoughts and deeds of our forebears and serves as an irrevocable link to our humanity. No machine or technology can replace the contribution or continuing importance of this skill. It has been necessary in every age and is just as vital to civilization as our next breath.
-Michael R. Sull-
FOR AGES 13 AND OVER

HANDWRITING: that action of emotion, of thought, and of decision that has recorded the history of mankind, revealed the genius of invention, and disclosed the inmost depths of the soulful heart. It gives ideas tangible form through written letters, pictographs, symbols, and signs. Handwriting forms a bond across millennia and generations that not only ties us to the thoughts and deeds of our forebears, but also serves as an irrevocable link to our humanity. Neither machines nor technology can replace the contribution or continuing importance of this inexpensive portable skill. Necessary in every age, handwriting remains just as vital to the enduring saga of civilization as our next breath.
-Michael R. Sull-

WHERE DO I MAIL MY ENTRY ?

All entries (handwritten copy-quotes in your handwriting) must go to the headquarters of the World Handwriting Contest (address below), EXCEPT FOR ENTRIES FROM ANY COUNTRY WHICH IS LISTED AS HAVING ITS OWN NATIONAL AFFILIATE OF THE WORLD HANDWRITING CONTEST. Entries from any such country (listed below the international headquarters address) must be sent to the national affiliate in that country. The national affiliate address for any country with a national affiliate of the World Handwriting Contest is listed directly below the name of the country
y.
WHERE CAN  I  EMAIL A SCAN OF MY ENTRY ?
Entries may also be submitted scans (at 600 bpi or greater) of a  handwritten copy-quotes in your handwriting emailed as an attachment  to the email address  entryhandwriting@gmail.com . Only one entry may be sent with an email, if more than one entry is sent in an email all the entries in the email will be rejected.. The email must have the information required to be on the back of a handwritten entry in the text of the email. The email should have the word entry in its title. The attachment should be in the form of GIF, JPG, or PNG file.
   
 INTERNATIONAL HEADQUARTERS of the WORLD HANDWRITING CONTEST
HANDWRITING FOR HUMANITY
World Handwriting Contest
c/o Kate Gladstone - Handwriting Repair
165 North Allen Street
First Floor
Albany, New York 12206
United States of America
Phone number (518) 482-6763

National Affiliates:

CHINA

                      Tracy HAN                  
                    Assistant General Manager
                 Beijing  StongFeeling Youth International
                      Room 404
                   Yeland International Center, Malianwa Beilu
                   Haidian District
                   Beijing CHINIA 100193
                   Telephone: 0086 10 6289 0580
                   Fax: 0086 10 6289 6195
                   E-mail: 157524015@qq.com

INDIA 

World Handwriting Contest   
Healthy Handwriting
Mohan RAY

#2327, Sector-22C,
Chandigarh, India  160022 
Contact Office: 0172-5067977 / 09915755177 
Contact Mohan Ray: 09815017977 

 NEPAL

World Handwriting Contest
Deependra Ratna SHAKYA
Nepalese Council
P.O.BOX 19792
Kathmandu
Nepal 


Mobile No. : 9801068344
YouTube video of presentation of awards to Nepalese 2014 winners

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Winners of the 2015 competition:

GRAND WINNER ("World PEN-Champ")
World Champ-PEN-Ship inter-contest round (in which our first-prize winners compete against the first-prize winners of other handwriting competitions for recognition as the world's best handwriter) -


OUR REIGNING PEN-CHAMP!

Amol Jayant Sharf
 

Jalgaon, Maharashtra
 

India

CLICK HERE to see this writer's prize-winning sampl\e

This year's World Champ-PEN, is Amol Jayant Shatf, the winner in our contest for 20 through 64 Artistic Handwriting. 

In the Contest's World Champ-PEN-Ship round each year, we compare first-prize entries in the World Handwriting Contest with first-prize entries in one or more other handwriting contests that have asked to take part in the World Champ-PEN-Ship.

In the Champ-PEN-Ship for 2007, five other handwriting contests took part along with the World Handwriting Contest  click here for details on these other participating contests.

age 65 and above, Functional Handwriting (Cursive) -

 first place:Rosalia F. Santoro
 Oriental Mindoro
Philippenes

CLICK HERE to see this writer‘s prize-winning sample!

 Second PlaceShibanando Nath
Kolkata West Bengal
India

CLICK HERE to see this writer‘s prize-winning sample!

age 65 and above, Functional Handwriting (Manuscript) -

 first place:

no competent entries

 second place:

no competent entries

age 65 and above, Artistic Handwriting -

 first place:

no competent entries

!
 second place:I

no competent entries


age 20 - 64, Functional Handwriting (Cursive)

 first place:Matthew Coffin
Torrance, California
USA

CLICK HERE to see this writer‘s prize-winning sample!

 second place:Adrien Surina
Belleville, Illinios
USA

CLICK HERE to see this writer‘s prize-winning sample!

age 20 - 64, Functional Handwriting (Manuscript)

 first place:Mei Lin Chen
 
Mississauga, Ontario
Canada

CLICK HERE to see this writer's prize-winning sample

TRIPLE CROWN WINNERMei Lin Chen has two time previously been a prize winner in the World Handwriting Contest. She won the 2012 First Place for Functional Handwriting (Manuscript) in the 13 through  19 age group and the 2013 Second Place Artistic Handwriting in the 13 through 19 age group, She is now a Lifetime Triple Crown Winner and lis listed on the Lifetime Winners page.
 second place:
Anamika Devi
 B.H.U. Varansi
 India

CLICK HERE to see this writer‘s prize-winning sample

age 20 - 64, Artistic Handwriting -

 first place:Amol Jayant Sharf
Jalgaon, Maharashtra
India

CLICK HERE to see this writer's prize-winning sample!

 second place:

Haiqing Qi

New Providence, New Jersey
USA

CLICK HERE to see this writer's prize-winning sample!

age 13 - 19, Functional Handwriting (Cursive)

 First place:

Dat Quoc Tran

Shiloh, North Carolina

USA

CLICK HERE to see this writer's prize-winning sample!

 second place:Shulini Singh
Lucknow,  Uttar Pradesh
India

CLICK HERE to see this writer's prize-winning sample!

age 13 - 19, Functional Handwriting (Manuscript)

 first place: Manish Shah
Kalabanjan
Nepal

CLICK HERE to see this writer's prize-winning sample!

 second place:

 Iris Cong

Los Angeles, California

USA

CLICK HERE to see this writer's prize-winning sample!

age 13 - 19, Artistic Handwritiong

 first place:Debasrija Mondal
Kharagpur, West Bengal
India

CLICK HERE to see this writer's prize-winning sample!

 second place:Nishtha Malik
Kota Rajasthan, Rajasthan
India
triple Crown Winner
Nishtha Malik has two time previously been a prize winner in the World Handwriting Contest. She won in 2012 and 2013 First Place for Artistic Handwriting in the 13 through  19 age group. She is now a Lifetime Triple Crown Winner and is listed on the Lifetime Winners page

CLICK HERE to see this writer's prize-winning sample!

age 8-12 , Functional Handwriting (Cursive)

 first place:

Moyoor Sharma*

Dibrugarh, Assam
India

CLICK HERE to see this writer's prize-winning sample!

*wrongly placed in this age category due to clerical error at time of judging 

Neera Chandravanshi

second place
Mukarjee Nagar, Bhopal


India

age 8-12 , Functional Handwriting (Manuscript)

 first place:

Likith Piniselly

 Meerpet Hyderabad
 India

 CLICK HERE to see this writer's prize-winning sample

 second place:Sanyukta Swapneel Bhak
 Thane
 India

 CLICK HERE to see this writer's prize-winning sample

age 8-12 , Artistic Handwriting

 First place: no competent entries

 second place:no competent entries

age 7 and under , Functional Handwriting (Cursive)

 first place:no competent entries
 second place:no competent entries

age 7 and under , Functional Handwriting (Manuscript)

 first place:no competent entries
 second place:no competent entries

age 7 and under, Artistic Handwriting
 first place:
  • no entries in this subcategory
 second place:no entries in this subcategory

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Expected Handwriting Quality:

  • legibility - ease of reading
    (unambiguous letters, clear spacing of words/lines, etc.),
  • fluency - ease of writing
    (smooth, unlabored formation, or "flow"),
  • general competence
    (even rhythm and spacing, good layout, etc.)
Good Style


  • WHC does not require or prefer 100% joining, use of loops on letter-stems, particular letter-formations for capitals, etc. in its cursive handwriting entries.
  • WHC does not require or prefer a particular size or slant of writing, or a particular type or shape of stroke.
Happy writing! 
  The judges may disallow any entry whose quality does not meet the quality standards for winning a prize, even if there are no other entries in that Division.

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prizes:

PRIZES

to be awarded solely on the recommendation of the judges and directors of WHC.


  • the number of contestants
  • the amount of financial and in-kind support provided by sponsors and other contributors to WHC.
Each winning entrant
will receive at least one prize.
WHC will award at least two prizes in each of its age-divisions (a first prize and a second prize).
For the current year, each winner will receive a caligraphed cerificate.

plans for the future:
What does WHC‘s future hold?

/1/ First and foremost, for 2007 and future years writers of ALL ages may enter the contest. Our previous limitation of entry to those aged 8 and above came from a concern among some judges that younger entrants might lack the skill or the desire to compete against others. However, we have learned better: thanks to numerous requests from parents, teachers, entrants, and (most of all) from those aged 7 and under who wished to enter but who could not enter under the old rules. For 2007 and thereafter, we have therefore established a "Children" group for these youngest entrants. Accordingly, we have re-named the previous "Children" group (entrants 8 through 12) the "Pre-Teen" group for 2007 and future years.
/2/ As always, in the current year and future years we plan to continue encouraging the ever-increasing participation in this worldwide contest, through media outreach and other means. This will depend on support from our sponsors (and any other interested individuals) in the coming year and future years.
/2/
In addition, we plan to continue expanding our top-level "World Champ-PEN-Ship" round of inter-contest competition, which provides WHC first-prize winners with the opportunity to test their skills against the first-prize winners of other handwriting contests (such as the PEN WORLDHandwriting Contest in years when this operates separately from the WHC, the Handwriting Contest of the Society for Italic Handwriting, and other contests which come to our attention and which would like to participate) for the ultimate prize of "World PEN-Champ.") In previous years, participating contests have included the HandwritingContest of PEN WORLD INTERNATIONAL magazine, the Handwriting Contest of the Society for Italic Handwriting, the Young Innovators‘ Club Handwriting Contest established by Indian businesswoman Maya Balani, and theCHAMBER Handwriting Contest established by Akron, Ohio community leader Jane A. Polk. We hope to continue adding more international, national, and local/regional contests each year to our World Champ-PEN-Ship roster.
CONTESTS CURRENTLY PARTICIPATING IN THE WORLD HANDWRITING CONTEST‘S
WORLD CHAMP-PEN-SHIP ROUND:
/1/ the World Handwriting Contest itself
We believe that top-flight competition among established prize-winners in penmanship greatly encourages public interest in handwriting.
If you - or some person/organization you know - runs or promotes a handwriting contest of any sort (local, state-level, regional, national, or other), we would like to work along with you to create future top-level prize/publicity/other opportunities for your penmanship champions and ours.
We would take particular interest in working along with handwriting contests run by:
  • publishers of handwriting materials,
  • schools or school-systems
    (local, state-level, regional, or national),
  • and/or calligraphy guilds

    Would you like to see fine handwriting - for young and old - become a media "main event"? Contact us:
HANDWRITING FOR HUMANITY
World Handwriting Contest
c/o Kate Gladstone - Handwriting Repair
165 North Allen Street
First Floor
Albany, New York 12206
United States of America
ATTENTION: Champ-PEN-Ship/
PLANS FOR THE FUTURE

/2/
WHC‘s future plans also include conducting handwriting -surveys and other data-collection/research/publication to document the current state of handwriting in the USA and other nations, and to make the public aware of the state of our handwriting.
Using handwriting-contest entries and other data on the state of handwriting worldwide, over the coming years WHC hopes to provide the public with listings of which nations/regions/cities show the most (and the least) legible handwriting.
(As opportunity offers, WHC may also conduct surveys/data-collection regarding other aspects of handwriting.)
Implementing these plans will depend on available funding, sponsorship, and public interest. Once WHC can implement these plans, we will post results to this site as they become available.

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BECOME A SPONSOR

If you, your firm, or your organization would like to help the work of WHC (for instance, by providing prizes, publicity, contributions, and/or other forms of assistance or sponsorship), please contact:

HANDWRITING FOR HUMANITY
World Handwriting Contest
c/o Kate Gladstone

Handwriting Repair
165 North Allen Street 
First Floor

Albany, New York 12206 USA
ATTENTION: SPONSORSHIP/SUPPORT

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Again - we wish you
Good Luck ...
... and Happy Writing!

Kate Gladstone

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