Kids Can Be President for a Day (Or at Least a Minute)
On President's Day (Monday, February 20, 2017), the Library of Congress is hosting an open house in The Young Readers Center (YRC) to honor our past presidents. During the event, kids will have a chance to give their presidential remarks from the YRC Presidential Podium.
Of course, we know that everyone can't make it to the Library in Washington, D.C. this February, so we're taking the Presidential Podium digital.
Kids in grades K-12 who record a one-minute video answering the presidential "speaking prompt" will have a chance for their video to be selected to be aired at the YRC President's Day Open House and here on Read.gov.
- Kids: Learn More Here
- Parents and Educators: Learn More Here
- Need to learn more about past presidents? Visit us here
What to do:
(see full instructions under Kids page)
- Record your presidential remarks
- Upload to YouTube
- Email the link to email@example.com
- Submit by February 15, 2017
Make Your Own Presidential Podium
Download the official YRC Presidential Podium Seal
Contact the Young Readers Center
202-707-1950 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Young Readers Center
Thomas Jefferson Building
Room LJ G29 (ground floor)
10 First St. S.E.
Washington, DC 20540
Monday through Saturday
9 a.m. — 4:30 p.m.
(closed all federal holidays)