Cupertino Library Foundation Announces
2015 Essay Winners
in the Cupertino Silicon Valley Reads Contest
The Cupertino Library Foundation is proud to sponsor the 2015 Cupertino Silicon Valley Reads essay contest to encourage different perspectives on the theme “Homeland & Home: The Immigrant Experience.” The Foundation’s goals include encouraging the love of reading and learning and to provide an engaging experience where our diverse community can come together to share different perspectives.
Congratulations to the Essay Contest Winners!
For the 7th year, the Cupertino Library Foundation sponsored an essay contest open to adults and teens in the Cupertino community. We are happy to announce two First Prize Winners who receive $500 each, and two Second Prize Winners who receive $300 each.[box bg=”#F2E0B5″ font=”arial” radius=”20″]
First Prize Winner: Sonia Dass’s essay
Second Place: Basundhara Mitra’s essay
First Prize Winner: Anika Ramachandran’s essay
Second Place: Cynthia Shen’s essay
Support from The Cupertino Library Foundation
The Cupertino Library Foundation has been a long-time co-sponsor of the Silicon Valley Reads program in Cupertino featuring talks by the authors of the selected books as well as other activities relating to the featured program.
Students from area high schools including Cupertino, Fremont, Homestead, Lynbrook and Monta Vista were eligible to participate in the Cupertino Library Foundation’s 2015 Cupertino Silicon Valley Reads Essay Contest.