Assistant District Attorney
DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S “JUSTICE FOR ALL” AWARD
HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR MURAL DESIGN CONTEST
Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen today is calling on all creative Santa Clara County High School Seniors to help us design a safe, soothing office space where our attorneys meet with young children who have been sexually assaulted.
The winning student designer will have their signed creation painted on the walls of this special office space and receive $500. The second place student will receive $300, and the third place winner will receive $200.
“We want this space to be as comfortable as possible under these circumstances,” Assistant District Attorney Terry Harman said. “We want the mural to be colorful, creative, and convey a message of peace and hope.”
Entries for the first annual “Justice For All” student contest need to be submitted to the Office of the District Attorney by Friday, May 17, 2013. Winners will be announced on Friday, May 31, 2013.
Send in your original design on no larger than 8 ½ by 14 inch legal size paper to:
Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office
Mural Design Contest – Justice for All Award
Terry Harman, Assistant District Attorney
70 West Hedding Street, West Wing
San Jose, CA 95110
Entries must be original with no copyright or trademark images. We are accepting only one entry per student, on white legal size paper. The contest winner will not paint the mural in the room, however the winning design will be closely followed by a professional contractor.
For complete contest rules and room layout, please see the two attachments.
Kasey Halcon, director of Santa Clara County’s Victim Witness Assistance Program, said, “Providing a child and a parent a safe, comfortable place that isn’t scary helps them calm down and lessens the anxiety.’’