This spring, New Jersey teens have an opportunity to highlight their family in a statewide contest celebrating diversity.

The 23rd Annual New Jersey Teen Media Contest, held by the state’s Department of Human Services, challenges teens to illustrate – through art or writing – What Does Your Family Tree Look Like?

Young artists can be abstract or as literal as they want when describing how their family is different from others. The contest is open to all New Jersey middle and high school students, but entries must be postmarked by April 2.

Winners will be selected in both middle and high school groups and entry categories, with an awards ceremony to be held in May. The winning entries, along with a number of honorable mention entries, will be included in the 2019 Office of Child Support Calendar and displayed in the N.J. Statehouse in Trenton.

Complete submission guidelines can be found here.

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